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+ - New Technique for Mass-Producing Microbots Inspired by Pop-up Books and Origami->

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Zothecula (1870348) writes "Inspired by origami and children's pop-up books, Harvard engineers have pioneered a means of mass-producing bee-sized flying microrobots. The breakthrough mechanizes the already state-of-the art process of making Harvard's Mobee robots by hand, by mass producing flat assemblies by the sheet which can be folded and assembled in a single movement. The technique, which cunningly exploits existing machinery for making printed circuit boards, can theoretically be applied to a multitude of electromechanical machines."
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New Technique for Mass-Producing Microbots Inspired by Pop-up Books and Origami

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