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March 29, 2013

Mantis Hexapod Walking Machine by Matt Denton

at 3:07 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Computer Hacks, Crazy Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking

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We have featured Matt Denton’s hexapod designs in the past. He has been spending some time working on a project that is a bit bigger than the previous ones! His new design which has been 4 years in the making called Mantis is a Hexapod Walking Machine. He has taken lots of pictures in the Facebook page (a few can be seen below). This video done by Daily Planet talks about Matt and his machines.

“After four years intensive R&D, inspiration, design and build, Micromagic Systems is proud to unveil Mantis — the biggest, all-terrain operational hexapod robot in the world.

This 2.2-litre Turbo Diesel-powered, British-designed and -built walking machine can be piloted or remote WiFi-controlled, stands 2.8 metres high with a five meter working envelope and weighing in at just under two tonnes.”





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4 Responses to “Mantis Hexapod Walking Machine by Matt Denton”

  1. Mantis Ridable Hexapod Robot: Insecticon Says:

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  2. openmakersdaily Says:

    Aaah finally it’s working!

    Nice beast!

    Next step = aquisition by Boston Dynamics ? 😀

  3. MPatoulachik Says:

    A divison of John Deere made a similar machine some time ago, pretty awesome as well!


  4. jack Says:

    How fast is it

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