Research in the domain of technology has created several innovations which are reflected in the assortment of devices; we are able to use for our convenience. 3D printers have set a clear example of the above-mentioned fact. The use of 3D printers for creating robots has also proved to be a credible achievement in the field of science and technology, and researchers have kept on developing new technology and innovations to accommodate the advance needs of 3D printing robotic sect.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology or MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed a new technique for printing 3D skin that will ingest stun and decreases the effect of landing for the robots. The group of scientists made a solid shape robot that is secured with their invented state-of-the-art and modern 3D skin and reported to be safer and sheltered than other ordinary 3D printed robots.
A group of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a revolutionary method which can be used for efficiently protecting the 3Dprinted robot for a long-term basis. The scientists have developed a Spongy & shock-absorbing material which can make 3D printed robots safer and more accurate in their operations. The material is reported to be the ideal option for being utilized for improving the solidness of automatons, mobile phones, shoes, helmets, and more, suggested by the researchers. The researcher team has named this material as “programmable viscoelastic material” (PVM) and is reported to be an enriched technique which will allow users to line-up the components and installs the programs of a 3D-printed robot to the precise levels of firmness and versatility they need, contingent upon the undertaking they requirement for it.
According to a press report released by MIT, “these materials are pretty soft and shock-absorbing. They are programmed to enable the users to improve the 3-D print robots with visco-elastic properties that can be inputted by the clients at print-time as an aspect of the manufacturing process. Further added, the skins also will allow the robot to operate four times more accurately than the standard robots and reported that the similar stun absorbers could be implemented to amplify the life expectancy of conveyance automatons like the ones being produced by Amazon and Google. The new paper to which the statements are given will be published in IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, which is slated to hold in South Korea, next week.
As said by Daniela Rus from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, this material will help the robot to evade break down or crack, and the cutback will make the robots avoid the crash with whirr or a sensor when it punches the floor.