3D Printed OctaWorm Robot




This video shows recent results on the development of a deformable robot which is capable of traveling inside confined spaces such as pipelines. The robot is constructed using pneumatic linear actuators in combination with 3D printed parts. Control is embedded in a host Arduino board.
Source: Juan Cristobal Zagal
Rad more: 3dprint.com
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