Robotic hands have realistic bones, ligaments, and tendons

MIT and ETH Zurich engineers 3D-printed robotic hands with realistic bones, ligaments, and tendons. The team used slow-curing polymers instead of the usual fast-curing ones to mimic muscle flexibility and functionality. As a result, they have articulate fingers that let them pick up small objects and grasp relatively larger ones. Robots will become a major

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