Neat bot

I know its a competitor's bot, but its too cool not to show you guys (and girls), its not actually availible as of yet, but they are testing the waters by asking for feedback. Those of you into bots should be able to figure out who's it is, its the same as thier standard version but different color and the artistic flair.

dragon05.jpg

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Post Edited (Paul Baker) : 1/10/2006 3:32:45 PM GMT

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  • edited January 2006 Posts: 0Vote Up0Vote Down
    Look Great.
    Not sure how one would attach anything to its artistic body though.

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    Perfection in design is not achieved when there is nothing left to add.
    It is achieved when there is nothing left to take away.
  • edited January 2006 Posts: 0Vote Up0Vote Down
    By the general appearance, Klingon connectors, I should think.
    Jim
  • edited January 2006 Posts: 6,351Vote Up0Vote Down
    A spider silk launcher ala spiderman, or a flame thrower [noparse];)[/noparse]

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  • edited January 2006 Posts: 0Vote Up0Vote Down
    I talked to them on the phone about a year ago about this and was told that they (at that time) still needed to design the back part of the leg where it connects to the body 'behind' (in reference to the pic shown) the servo that moves it front to back. I don't know if they've done anything with it since then...

    Rick
  • edited January 2006 Posts: 0Vote Up0Vote Down
    It's Linxmotion's new creation. I believe it's called the H2 Draggon.·Infact I know the owner/creator. His name is Jim Fry. I don't know him personally, but I know of him. He has several new bots coming out this year. Another one that is neat is the Nameless rover that looks similar to the "Johny Five" from the movie Short Circuit.


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