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Tiny robots pull 2.000 times their weight




In California, engineers from Stanford University built tiny robots, who can climb walls and can attract more than 100 times their weight. Their feet have a special material with many tiny nails, inspired by the foot of the lizard.

For example, the robot named “mTug” and weighs 12 grams, can draw an object 2.000 times heavier. Larger sizes robot like this could be very useful for constructions, but rescue operations. This technology will be presented at the International Conference on Robotics and automation next month in Seattle.

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DrFred
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12 gr x 2,000 = 24,000 gr = 24 Kgr. Slowly the weight, 24 kg lift anyone.

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Diaswsis missions where there is usually motion comfort, such as e.g.. rubble from earthquake, The tractive force is enormous for a volume of 12 grams. Akoma k in building construction would be useful an relevant robots Let's say some kgr to draw something in aprosito point to kindynepsoyn people. Giiidiiiiiii e gidiiiiiii