Robot Smash: Crushing Television Monitors with a KUKA Robot Arm
In addition to milling absolute works of art and celebratory floats for Mardi Gras, KUKA robot arms are also capable of absolute destruction. In this video The Geek Group show off the force and potential of a KUKA by smashing multiple TV monitors – some appear to implode inwards, while others crush outwards, and a few models have relatively rigid frames and seem to bounce out of the way before getting completely annihilated.
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