Robots 3D-printed with shock-absorber skins


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/10/03/robots-3d-printed-with-shock-a.html


#2

Sounds like the answer is a resounding “closer than ever!”


#3

First, can they make jar of pickles that doesn’t shatter if you drop it?

On a related note, I’ve got some loose pickles if anybody wants one.


#4

Good name for a band.


#5

Are they the crunchy kind? If so, no.


#6

They were, but the ones I stepped on aren’t so crunchy now and I’m pretty sure I just described a really specific fetish.


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Does anyone else see a problem at 0:38-0:46 in the video? It shows two balls bouncing off a hard disk. The top one is labeled “4% liquid.” The bottom is “36%.” The 36% liquid bounces a lot farther than the 4%. But it seems to me it should be the 4% that bounces farther. Seems to me the one with 36% liquid should have more dampening.


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