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Thread: EX-106+/RX-64 Humanoid Robot: Giger

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    does this mean you're completely done with hagetaka? or will you work on it some other time?

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    I think Tyb just said that he plans on working on Hagetaka some more when he can afford the EX-106's for hip and ankle roll, which will be a pretty penny on top of what he's already dropped into the project.

    I like Giger, but I'll always have a place in my heart for turkey walkers. *tear*
    There's something warm and classy about a vacuum tube.

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Andrew, all I have to say about your Giger is that it is ONE COOL BOT!!! I bet it can take name and kick some, you know as bender puts it, shiny metal ***!

    I wonder how Mike is doing with his Ed-209. It has HSR5990TGs all around...

    I won't be able to make it to Robogames 2009, I goofed and completely forgot that it was one of my best friend's wedding that weekend (13th)...

    Please have someone take a bunch of videos, I want to see your Giger in action!
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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Doing a bit of reworking:




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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Drawings are cool...I want to see some video already!



    seriously though, can't wait to see it all come together.

    DB

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Liking those shoulder extensions. Gives it a Japanese mecha feel, like a shogun. Thought about a samurai style helmet? I seriously do NOT want to arm-wrestle you, claw to claw!

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Once that thing has a double-sided axe in its hands, it's the miniature Axeman from Battletech!!!

    Oh you just need a mini Gauss Rifle and mini PPCs and you're in the 31st century!!!

    What I really like most about your Giger is that you gave it handles! I guess you thought ahead of safety on where to grip this guy. I truly think that placing your fingers/hands between any of your RX-64s during "testing" would be out of the question (although, maybe you can get Johnny Knox or Steve-O to hold it for you...)
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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Quick update:



    Used a spare RX-28 I had to add the gripper. The right arm is likely going to turn into just an airsoft gun, instead of a gripper it will just be a mount.
    Last edited by DresnerRobotics; 08-31-2009 at 12:29 PM.

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    Re: RX-64 Humanoid: Giger

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyberius View Post
    ...spare RX-28....


    -Fergs

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    Mean... Scary... Beautiful!

    Tybs your not in the market for a 3 year old hell spawn (aka my son) are you? He is about the same height mine.

    I love seeing this project come together it is just an awesome mech!

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