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"Clear-Cut"
Back side of physical model - Back side of robot....shows how the back arms rotate into place when not in use.
Profile shot of physical model.
Forest Fire "Clear Cut" Robot - Senior year independent study project. This futuristic robot was aimed more towards entertainment design...similar to the "Demolition-Bot" seen in the Hollywood film I-Robot. It is designed to cut very large "clear-cut" paths around a forest fire to prevent the flames from spreading. The physical model consists of nearly 600 individual parts and took 6 long months to complete.
A small fraction of some of the finished parts.
Hydrolic hands shown in multiple positions. - Senior year independent study project. This futuristic robot was aimed more towards entertainment design...similar to the "Demolition-Bot" seen in the Hollywood film I-Robot. It is designed to cut very large "clear-cut" paths around a forest fire to prevent the flames from spreading. The physical model consists of nearly 600 individual parts and took 6 long months to complete.
Worn feet with hubless motors set into place.
Every part was hand painted and airbrushed to give the model a "worn" appearance.
Some of the interior leg components. - Senior year independent study project. This futuristic robot was aimed more towards entertainment design...similar to the "Demolition-Bot" seen in the Hollywood film I-Robot. It is designed to cut very large "clear-cut" paths around a forest fire to prevent the flames from spreading. The physical model consists of nearly 600 individual parts and took 6 long months to complete.
Fuel delivery system. - Senior year independent study project. This futuristic robot was aimed more towards entertainment design...similar to the "Demolition-Bot" seen in the Hollywood film I-Robot. It is designed to cut very large "clear-cut" paths around a forest fire to prevent the flames from spreading. The physical model consists of nearly 600 individual parts and took 6 long months to complete.
Working electronic lights built in. Scale human figure shows how large the robot would actually be.
Back arms rotate behind the body when not in use.
Steel frames were welded to run up through the legs in order to support the weight of the model.
Rotating back shoulder brackets
Parts were meticulously hand painted and detailed.
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Forest Fire Prevention Robot physical model
Comments (17)
  • fantastic!

    8 years ago

  • nice work. how about an "in action" picture ?

    11 years ago

  • totally awesome man. and yea beautiful model of the person too. Is the person hand sculpted? and were these parts Rapid-prototyped? I'm really interested in your process. again, Great job.

    12 years ago

  • Transformers Attack! Awesome Project!

    12 years ago

  • Man that was a great six months!!

    12 years ago

  • Very Interesting.

    13 years ago

  • Wow. This is really cool. Robots are cool. Excellent build quality.

    13 years ago

  • Finally saw this dream at the student show, GAWD, montress. Big ups man.

    13 years ago

  • WOW-- AWESOME :)

    12 years ago

  • Beauty person!!!!!

    12 years ago

  • Looks awesome. Good job!

    12 years ago

  • that is FUCKING beautiful! Oh my god!

    12 years ago

  • dood, holy cow. Amazing.

    12 years ago

  • awesome...

    12 years ago

  • gross, what is it

    12 years ago

  • very nice, have u animated it? that will be cool

    12 years ago

  • "Senior year independent study project. This futuristic robot was aimed more towards entertainment design...similar to the "Demolition-Bot" seen in the Hollywood film I-Robot. It is designed to cut very large "clear-cut" paths around a forest fire to prevent the flames from spreading. The physical model consists of nearly 600 individual parts and took 6 long months to complete." --- Jordan See its "Other Half Here " http://www.coroflot.com/DBS2 ---Dan

    12 years ago

  • Man that was a great six months!!

    12 years ago

  • Transformers Attack! Awesome Project!

    12 years ago

  • totally awesome man. and yea beautiful model of the person too. Is the person hand sculpted? and were these parts Rapid-prototyped? I'm really interested in your process. again, Great job.

    12 years ago

  • nice work. how about an "in action" picture ?

    11 years ago

  • fantastic!

    8 years ago