It was designed with singular-eyed head, including a combination of the functional elements of a robot and countless astonishing mechanisms.
Paying attention to fine details, we manufactured it by assembling FRP and 3D printed parts.
Head (Right / Left)
The body reserves a wide space in the cockpit, having a massive appearance. It was made with a diamond-like structure, which gives it a more mobile form.
The exterior pack located on the back stores a switchboard that connects to the devices within the upper body.
Waist (Right / Left)
The link mechanism installed for the hatch makes it possible to perform the intricate opening/closing operation, creating the joy of getting in again and again.
Opening / Closing of the hatch
Although it displays a rugged appearance, each part of the arms is made to be at the same ratio with that of a human's, making it possible to perform natural movements.
Shoulders (Front / Back, Up / Down)
Elbows (Front / Back)
As the base structure, 3D printed resin exterior parts are attached to the metal frames.
One actuator can move 3 joints simultaneously, allowing for delicate finger movements and achieving weight reduction.
Together with the rotation of the wrists, each finger can move individually to make numerous hand positions.
Wrists (In / Out)
All the digits: Individually movable
Storage compartments are located at the front and back of the frame that connects and supports the legs and the cockpit.
They store batteries and a switchboard that connects to the devices located in the lower body.
The ARCHAX's front legs are designed to look similar to the silhouette of human, mainly utilizing curved frames.
Large-scale cylinders for the mode change and forklift tires for front-wheel steering are installed.
Taking the strong structure required to hold up its weight into consideration, it is designed to have both a stylish robotic appearance and full functionality.
The upper part of the rear legs are equipped with suspension that absorbs the terrain's slope. Its wheels are attached to the motors, making them the driving wheels.