Printed Robots With Bones

Printed Robots With Bones

3D printing is advancing rapidly, and the range of materials that can be used has expanded considerably. For the first time, researchers have succeeded in printing a robotic hand with bones, ligaments and tendons made of different polymers using a new laser scanning technique.

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