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Flying Machines

November 10, 2020

Kimric Smythe as always makes the coolest props! • @hand_n_hammer Scale model for a “flying” prop . The finished creatures wont look anything like this since he is going to try some unconventional wing arrangements. #survivalresearchlabs #robotics

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Mark Pauline on next work on the Screw Machine Jul 4 2020 Part 1

July 15, 2020

Video from Karen Marcelo

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New Wheels for the Spine Robot

January 3, 2015

Mark finished making new hard tires for the Spine Robot Mobile Platform. The originals were made using small Jet Aircraft tires. While these tires are almost 2″ thick and 16 ply, there was too much flex when making tight turns, leading to the tires folding inwards and stalling the turn. The roller bearings were removed […]

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Spine Robot Enhancement/Maintenance Log for June 2013

June 7, 2013

As if setting a new record for robot arm cinder block tossing weren’t enough, Mark Pauline has been busy improving the Spine Robot even more! See crazy setup, etc. for an improved Spine Robot reach! Click on the image below for more details, pix:

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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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