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New 55,000-pound Gundam robot can move its limbs like a boss





This full-scale Gundam robotic stands outdoors Gundam Manufacturing facility Yokohama in Japan. 


Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

Followers of the anime robotic Gundam can now go to the life-sized large on the Gundam Factory in Yokohama, outdoors of Tokyo, Japan. 

C0onstruction of the large robotic completed on July 29. The Gundam robotic stands 18 meters (59 toes) tall and weighs 25 metric tons (approx. 55,000 kilos), according to Sora News 24.

This Yokohama Gundam is constructed with a mechanical skeleton so it could actually really transfer its physique, together with its legs and arms. Engineers tested the movement of the robot’s legs, arms and torso on July 5.

Shinto monks blessed blessed Gundam’s head in a standard development ceremony referred to as a jotoshiki earlier than the top was secured to the robotic’s shoulders with a constructing crane.

This Gundam in Yokohama is Japan’s second full-scale RX-78. The first stood at Tokyo’s Odaiba district earlier than being changed by the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam.

Gundam Manufacturing facility Yokohama initially deliberate to open in the summertime, however resulting from coronavirus delays, it should now open in October.





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