National Laboratory Oak Ride is the driving force behind the construction of the first printed excavator in the world.
apparently, to the main that is what appears in the paper that has been published officially, the machine is composed of three distinct parts:
on the one hand talk about booth i.e., the area where you concductor feel and controls all the actions of the excavator. This has been designed by students at the University of Illinois and manufactured at the national laboratory of Oak Ride by making use of its area of additive manufacturing, specifically their machines capable of working with reforazada with ABS carbon fiber.
in second place we find what pen or shovel arm, this is about 2.13 meters long and weighs about 181 kilograms. This item was manufactured entirely in steel of low cost by using one of the machines of Wolf Robotics Pack.
Finally we find the heat exchanger an element which weighs about 6 kg and is manufactured in aluminium in its entirety by one of Concept Laser X-line machines.