MIT Prints A Walking Robot With No Assembly Needed

MIT researchers have created a working hydraulic robot from a single 3D print. Meaning the robot can move right off the printer after its done. No assembly required. The tiny, six-legged robots are out of MIT’s CSAIL computer science lab and are made of both liquid and solid parts that are fully functional right after the printing process.

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