Radio-controlled robots transformers are preparing for mass production




Radio-controlled robots transformers are preparing for mass production


Last year, the Japanese Kenji Ishida and company Brave Robotics released ten radio-controlled cars, Transformers , which were put up for sale at an incredibly high price – 24,000 dollars per unit. All ten printed on the 3D-printer models have been sold over the Internet. Good news for those who strongly wanted to, but because of financial constraints, could not afford such a purchase model. The Japanese company Takara Tomy, specializing in the production of children’s toys, offered Brave Robotics Transformers run in series production.

A prototype of the production version of the radio-controlled transformer was presented at the Takara Tomy booth in the exhibition Toy Tokyo Toy Show 2013 in the capital of Japan. Unlike the original, the present model is not able to walk, but to transform yourself into the car and on the contrary it can. As it happens, you can see in the video below. Transformer necessarily will, but only after the company has upgraded his miniature servo motors, adding them to power.

Accurate information about the start of sales yet, but most likely model will be marketed next year. The cost of toys also not reported. If the price is acceptable, the radio-controlled transformer to be a hit. Do not hesitate.

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