Big news announced about the ROBOTIS Darwin Mini Humanoid Robot @ RobotWorld 2013: open sourcing parts of their DARwin Mini so that enthusiasts can print their own body parts!
Shared on Lem Fugitt’s Robot Dreams blog:
ROBOTIS demonstrated the new DARwin Mini humanoid robot. The robot features high performance at a significantly lower price point than other humanoid robots currently on the market. Many of the DARwin Mini design features will be open source, including the body parts so that users can design and 3D print their own custom designs. Scheduled for release to the market in mid-2014.
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