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Biped robot that carries the world’s heaviest payloads (CORE)

Biped robot that carries the world’s heaviest payloads (CORE)
Biped robot that carries the world’s heaviest payloads (CORE)

Core is a large-scale biped robot with a payload capacity of 100 kilograms. It is among the most powerful biped robots of the world, designed to move or carry large masses like people and luggage on flat floors, stepped floors, and stairs. Technical highlights are the specially developed heavy-duty motor system and shock absorbers. The motor system consists of a large motor, an electromagnetic brake, and an absolute angle sensor and is installed in the six joints of each leg. The shock absorbers installed on the soles significantly reduce the impulsive force transmitted from the floor. Core is 1.9 meters tall and weighs 230 kilograms.

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