The DOBOT Magician is a multifunctional desktop robotic arm that is designed for practical training education. Review the specs here.
Got a lightweight robot in need of some locomotion? Maker LoboCNC has you covered with this 3D printed swerve drive.
Not a hoax, not an imaginary story. The EU is funding an underground robot called BADGER which can drill and 3D print curving tunnels.
A new class of adhesives -- inspired by the mighty Gecko -- have been developed by researchers in California to help soft robotic fingers get a better grip.
Engineers at UC San Diego use soft robotics and 3D printing to make gloves that provide tactile feedback in virtual reality environments.
Cornell and MIT are working on a joint project called the Robotic Modeling Assistant (RoMA) which will bring together multiple technologies to create an ultimate prototyping machine.
The robotics team at Carl Hayden High School -- otherwise known as Falcon Robotics -- are using 3D printing to make super awesome robot subs.
After studying the mechanisms of invertebrates in nature, U.S. Army researchers have developed 3D printed soft robotics that can traverse difficult landscapes and squeeze into crowded spaces.
Airbus is using artificial intelligence from IBM to create an AI robot that will live on the International Space Station. This 3D printed mission and flight assistance system is called the Crew Interactive Mobile Companion, also known as CIMON.
Pilot Labs has created Zeus, a pint-sized fighter robot that is capable of generating 25kg (55lbs) of force in a single punch.
Aerospace engineering researcher Kiju Lee develops Twister, a soft origami-inspired robot tower that could make assembly lines safer.
Researchers have developed a 3D printed robot that attaches itself to shark skin underwater, enabling improved studying of marine creatures.
Arizona State University uses laser cutter and 3D printer to create a robotic turtle that can teach itself to move through its environment.
German company Nanoscribe is a world leader in "nanofabrication", offering applications for medicine thanks to minuscule printing properties.
TacTip is an open-source 3D printed artificial fingertip that can 'feel', and has won the Harvard international Soft Robotics competition.
New from MIT, the ChainFORM system is made from interlocking modules that can transform and change shape depending on the needs of the user.