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A spider robot printed in 3D

<p> [Prisna-google-website-translator] </p><p> The robotics company <a href="http://www.robugtix.com/">Robugtix</a> has pre-ordered on its site a robot in the form of a <strong>spider</strong> and the majority of parts are printed in <strong>3D</strong> . This strange creature made in <strong>high resolution 3D printing</strong> meets the sweet name of <a href="http://www.robugtix.com/t8/">T8</a>. The 28 engines of this octopode allow to move its weight of 1 kilo in a surprisingly natural way. A terrifying and fascinating result obtained thanks to a <strong>3D printer</strong> . This object will allow you to make nice jokes for your friends a little arachnophobic on the edges :). Put the spider on their desk or bedside table, and you'll have a guaranteed effect! </p><p> <a href="http://fichier3d.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Robugtix-T8-size-3D-printing-imprimante-3D-cults-araign%C3%A9e-octopod-impression-3D-haute-r%C3%A9solution-1-e1374164073699.jpg"><img src="http://fichier3d.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Robugtix-T8-size-3D-printing-imprimante-3D-cults-araign%C3%A9e-octopod-impression-3D-haute-r%C3%A9solution-1-e1374164073699.jpg" alt="Robugtix T8 size 3D printing 3D printed printer cults spider octopod high resolution 3D printing 1"><br></a> </p><p> source: <a href="http://fabbaloo.com/blog/2013/7/12/the-creepiest-thing-ever-3d-printed.html">Fabbaloo</a> </p>

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