Mechanical skulls are the most efficient way to make mechanical instruments and robots.
We’ve covered how they work, what they look like, and how to build them, and they’re now being used in fields such as medical imaging and robotics.
Now, a team of scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have created a new mechanical skull that is much smaller than the typical skull.
In the study, the researchers created a mechanical system that uses an axial and a longitudinal force, with each end being mounted on a hollow metal plate.
It can be made by using a thin metal plate embedded with a polymer resin.
The team has now tested the system and found that it outperforms the traditional metal skull.
The system has a mechanical strength of nearly 10 times the conventional metal skull, according to the team.
[The Best of Science]