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The Offspring are for sale!

July 21, 2015

Now for sale on ebay: Buy your own SRL machine! One of the Offspring props from the Computer History Museum Show up on the auction block. Support SRL!! See: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/391205669864?ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:1123

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Making a Claw for the Spine Robot

October 24, 2010

The claw for the Spine Robot was completed yesterday, October 23, 2010. It was designed by Mark Pauline. It is made out of ‘special’ heavy duty aluminum. Chris Bohren, DV Rogers, Geo Homsy, Babalou, Roger Carr, and Karen Marcelo were around to observe ‘testing’. Video from Karen Marcelo

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Motoman Shenanigans

October 14, 2010

The SRL-ification of a Motoman UP50 in preperation for the upcoming SRL mini-show at the Sonoma County Museum this Halloween 2010 has begun. Stay tuned for actual target practice soon. Scroll down for more: A week later (Oct 16 2010), a temporary weapon and target was made and more practice moves programmed (by Karen Marcelo) […]

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Spine Robot Progress – June 2010

June 7, 2010

The bushings for the Spine Robot were just completed! Mark Pauline says, “These are the titanium 6AL-4V AMS 4928 bushings for the spine segments. They are press fit into the segments and are held in by snap rings. The best thing about making stuff out of titanium is the chips make blinding white light when […]

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The Latest Addition to the SRL Machine Stable: Spine Robot

March 28, 2010

At last year’s dorkbotSF at TCHO Mark Pauline talked about the latest machine he’d been working on and a review of other snake-like robot arms in existence. The SRL one is coming along. Read more about it and track its progress here or by clicking on the image above.

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