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Fabrication Technologies Automatic scheme and manufacture of robotic life types

Authore(s) : Farah Youssef NAAMAN || ENGINEERING || University of AUL || ISG – ETP farahnaaman@hotmail.com ETP Institution info@etp-edu.org

Volume : (13), Issue : 205, March - 2018

Abstract : This study reports a series of experiments in which unsophisticated electro-mechanical frameworks develop without any preparation to yield physical locomotion machines. Like organic life types whose structure and capacity abuse the practices managed by their own particular concoction and mechanical medium, the developed inventions exploit  their own particular medium - thermoplastic, engines, and artificial neurons [2]. In this study, self-autonomy of scheme and construction utilizing advancement in a restricted universe physical simulation [3],[4] coupled to off-the-rack fast manufacturing technology [5]. This is the time robots have been mechanically schemed and mechanically created.

Keywords :Fabrication Technologies, Automatic, scheme,  manufacture , robotic ,life types.

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manufacture of robotic life types

Vol.I (13), Issue.I 205


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