Friday, 31 August 2012

KURATAS



ROBOT PILOT
KURATAS is the first giant boarding-robot, which is about four meters height. Robot pilot, an occupation most man would want to be, comes true at last.

THE MOST ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEM
KURATAS has the AE "V-Sido", the control system of the computer technology is watched by all world with interest. Not only operating by boarding the pilot’s seat, but also enabling you to control and interact KURATAS with Kinect*. Moreover, without taking a professional training such as a combat plane, people can operate it easily. Furthermore, you can control KURATAS via the mobile 3G Internet access.


SPEC
Height : about 4,000 mm
Width: about 3,000 mm
Length : about 4,000 mm
Weight : about 4,500 kg
Control system : AE V-sido

This papercraft is based on robot that Kogoro Kurata invent. The company where it made is in Suidobashijuko.


Instruction (under construction)
here is the link for download the pattern
kuratas.pdf

13 comments:

  1. Hi,
    Nice to meet you.
    It's my first time to visit your website,
    I download the file kuratas.pdf but when I want to print it I got a message
    that says I need the password...
    How can I know the password?

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    1. HI , it's nice to meet you too
      i hope you like my work then :)

      as far as i remember i didn't put any password on my pattern.
      maybe you have to download it again with diffrent browser.
      happy papercrafting :)

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    2. Hi
      thank you for quick reply ;-)
      the password is required to use for printing, not downloading...

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    3. hi 曾曄, I'm sorry if you have trouble in printing my pattern.
      give me your email then, i will send you my original pattern :)

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  2. I to tried too download the pattern. When I go to print, I am required to enter a password. I was wondering if I ;could get a copy of the original pattern? Or maybe ,if there is a password now? Either way, my email is andersith@me.com. I am SO eager to build this simply amazing pattern! :)

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    1. oh it's my fault to set password .
      I will re upload this file again.
      and thank's for visiting my blog :)

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  3. please send me the instruction on this post: arsenzvonar@gmail.com

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    1. I will make the instruction for this model.
      thank's for visiting my blog :)

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  4. i try to print the pdf, but the file can't be printed
    could you send the original pattern to afkar.rafi@gmail.com?
    thank you :)

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  5. are the tutorial in under construction?

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  6. hi, could you upload 4d model? i wish 3d print it :D

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