Why Machines That Bend Are Better

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  1. The Ginger bread man

    The Ginger bread manIl y a heure

    Hey byu, shout out to my mormons. EDIT: i mean members of the church of jesus christ of latter day saints.

  2. deaniweenie

    deaniweenieIl y a heure

    Ok, yeah, interesting video but...mate, wind your neck in, turn your mouth off and let the interesting people talk. Yeah, I get it, you love yourself and you love the sound of your own voice and you have a massive ego to feed but FFS the professor is way more interesting than you but you just wouldn't let the guy talk. I nearly turned off this video because of you annoyingly interrupting the interesting guy all the time but I stayed with it because I wanted to hear what he had to say.

  3. Name Less

    Name LessIl y a heure

    *thinks of Beder* awww it is NOT about futurama steel bending bots? XD

  4. Hamzza K

    Hamzza KIl y a heure

    okay youtube, i have watched the video now.

  5. Blame Yourself

    Blame YourselfIl y a heure

    Okay. I'm impressed. Doesn't happen that often.

  6. Flow Neppets

    Flow NeppetsIl y a 2 heures

    I want one of those elephants

  7. Adrian Joldis

    Adrian JoldisIl y a 2 heures

    How cool is this!

  8. jonabub

    jonabubIl y a 2 heures

    I am really into bicycles. And to see a freaky bicycle already makes my head turn. But to try and imagine what such mechanisms could do on bikey ... that makes my mind spin. And that is just the small application I could relate to, but ... I never say that, I just avoid that term whenever I can, but this is AMAZING.

  9. crazyquark

    crazyquarkIl y a 2 heures

    Wow, they have an Original Prusa i3 Mk2/3 there

  10. Kerrad

    KerradIl y a 2 heures

    so there's no bad aspect of making bending material ? what about the wear ?

  11. That One Slayer Fan

    That One Slayer FanIl y a 2 heures

    Ok FRreporter, I’m watching it. You can stop recommending it to me. Goddamnit.

  12. samdajellybeenie

    samdajellybeenieIl y a 2 heures

    God these are INCREDIBLE. What an amazing video.

  13. Keith Lewis

    Keith LewisIl y a 2 heures

    This explains AND/OR gates.

  14. Jordi

    JordiIl y a 2 heures

    My main concern is fatigue at the bending point. While their tests show it can handle millions of cycles, it would have been nice to have a reference against a hinged equivalent. Does the lower price, weight and complexity of the compliant mechanisms bring with it a lower durability? For example, being ten times as cheap, but 100 times less durable than hinges, would (depending on application of course) make it the lesser option. Either way, a very interesting video.

  15. Joe Yocom

    Joe YocomIl y a 2 heures

    A helicopter for a breaking and entering? That would cost a lot............nothing I have ever heard of.

  16. Andreas Rosenberg

    Andreas RosenbergIl y a 2 heures

    I'm downloading the files right now! Anyone with any similar resources of STL's to print?

  17. ZenXXII

    ZenXXIIIl y a 2 heures

    Did apple pay you for this endorsement about how it's better if stuff bends? 😂😂😂

  18. Choo KP

    Choo KPIl y a 2 heures

    I thought this video is sponsored by Apple when I saw the title.

  19. Nb

    NbIl y a 2 heures

    I'm sure that will make mechanical keyboards super cheap, and hopefully beat cherry MXes in perf

  20. DkXboxer

    DkXboxerIl y a 3 heures

    ...but how would you repair it?

  21. Jack

    JackIl y a 3 heures

    3:54 "I got a quiz for you" "Oh-oh" Natural reaction.

  22. Apavlakos

    ApavlakosIl y a 3 heures

    this wouldn't leave my recommended...

  23. iDunnoMapping

    iDunnoMappingIl y a 3 heures

    Sponsered by Apple

  24. Ezra Po

    Ezra PoIl y a 3 heures

    You meet smart people as you live your life. It is easy as a relatively intelligent person to not see the gap in other smart people and yourself all the time. (the obvious mega geniuses not included) "You are smart, that girl is sharp, what about my old professor?..... sure he is brainy too!" But when you see a guy like this making simple devices that are conceived and executed so perfectly, you can't help but be proud to be human... i'm not him but i'm on the same team as him. GO HUMAN KIND!!!!

  25. Daniel Storødegård

    Daniel StorødegårdIl y a 3 heures

    Why am I seeing no comments on how he randomly started filming the back of his head during the middle of the interview

  26. Dawn

    DawnIl y a 3 heures

    The comments are hilarious

  27. Sanjay .S Kumar

    Sanjay .S KumarIl y a 3 heures

    7:56 tf

  28. MrMackan2001

    MrMackan2001Il y a 3 heures

    This dude looks a whole lot like sam Riegel, anyone else seeing that?

  29. Leffa PaL

    Leffa PaLIl y a 3 heures

    1:55 -"Would you like to try?" -"I would actually like to feel the force.." *prof Larry smirks in Darth Vaderish*

  30. Slack Packer

    Slack PackerIl y a 3 heures

    came here just to see what the machine in the thumbnail did

  31. therealgbe

    therealgbeIl y a 3 heures

    I was gonna question the structural integrity of the plastic and its shape but once I heard it go through 1 million cycles I felt ashamed

  32. Peter Richardson

    Peter RichardsonIl y a 3 heures

    A machine that bleeds is better

  33. MUH Geschichte

    MUH GeschichteIl y a 3 heures

    fuckign awesome

  34. Toninho Soldier Helmet

    Toninho Soldier HelmetIl y a 3 heures

    one thing i learned, never trust gimballs, look i don't really know why but if it moves it will need fixing eventually.

  35. Haram Bae

    Haram BaeIl y a 4 heures

    The thruster thing kinda feels like a gimmick. Super cool tho

  36. markesssssss

    markesssssssIl y a 4 heures

    good video, shitty title

  37. Stanislav Žoldak

    Stanislav ŽoldakIl y a 4 heures

    Yay, I guessed the elephant right!

  38. Shaun Page

    Shaun PageIl y a 4 heures

    This gives me so many ideas for scifi art

  39. PiLuLyA rus

    PiLuLyA rusIl y a 4 heures

    The elephant thing actually blew my mind, I'm sitting here with my jaw dropped.

  40. Syrahl696

    Syrahl696Il y a 4 heures

    This all looks incredible, but what's really scratching at my suspension of disbelief is how there is not one mention of metal/plastic fatigue - the single largest apparent obstacle to flexible machines, apart from the little bit where they claimed to have so reached so many repetitions in their stress testing. I'm not saying it's impossible, or even casting doubt on their ability to do it, I just wanna know how exactly they make it not an issue.

  41. Jeremy Kothe

    Jeremy KotheIl y a 4 heures

    I don't mean to trivialise it, but these are "springs", right?

  42. David Wilkinson

    David WilkinsonIl y a 4 heures

    I love that there is a fence for a change. I don't think we need to have a-bombs on wikipedia.

  43. just tired

    just tiredIl y a 5 heures

    Sorry but this wont be possible in the US once socialists take over and make it so no one can use oil anymore... Good ol' socialists and their moronic ways of ... not thinking.

  44. Goryllo

    GorylloIl y a 5 heures

    Nu-cu-lar, it's pronounced nucular sweetheart!

  45. z4520ft

    z4520ftIl y a 5 heures

    Thanks youtube suggestion

  46. Nobody expected the spanish inquisition

    Nobody expected the spanish inquisitionIl y a 5 heures

    Space tools :) ANYONE?

  47. cryora

    cryoraIl y a 5 heures

    We already have bendable machines like goosenecks and bimetallic strips.

  48. Dmitry Nikolaev

    Dmitry NikolaevIl y a 5 heures

    That's cool! Bending machines are much more natural. In the future we could make such parts and machines using genetically programmed bacteria or something like that..

  49. Alpha Beast xd

    Alpha Beast xdIl y a 5 heures

    lol 1:38 those guys in the background

  50. Franz Ludwig

    Franz LudwigIl y a 5 heures

    Question: Why do you people have nuclear weapons?

  51. Ian Bouman

    Ian BoumanIl y a 5 heures

    this link leads to their Thingiverse account. www.thingiverse.com/BYU_CMR/about

  52. Hello people

    Hello peopleIl y a 5 heures

    have not seen video yet but it's because Bender is great!

  53. Shogo

    ShogoIl y a 5 heures

    Is it too late for iPhone jokes?

  54. John Krols

    John KrolsIl y a 5 heures

    10:00 A centrifugal clutch is very common

  55. Steve T

    Steve TIl y a 5 heures

    That feels when you accidentally release classified nuclear secrets to the public.

  56. Bakri Eltom

    Bakri EltomIl y a 5 heures

    #Jawdropping

  57. Дмитрий Гордиенко

    Дмитрий ГордиенкоIl y a 5 heures

    Clicked on this video to dislike it, because I am sick of seeing it in my recomended for a week. If I havent watched it in two day, that means I am not interested. Don't know if it's because the author is paying FRreporter to force his content to everyone, or some other reason, but I am not wathing it!

  58. Cristian Ambaek

    Cristian AmbaekIl y a 6 heures

    Pretty cool stuff

  59. Xaltar

    XaltarIl y a 6 heures

    So, what this tells me is that my sphincter needs to be MORE flexible so it doesn't go off when I don't want it to? On a serious note though, very interesting video about a mechanism that has a lot of potential. I wonder how this will effect the tech industry, more reliable gating in micro chips could mean a whole new world of computing.

  60. Johnny Jost

    Johnny JostIl y a 6 heures

    False, Trebuchets are the superior siege engines. Change my mind.

  61. LedoCool1

    LedoCool1Il y a 6 heures

    This is the perfect technology for modern age.

  62. NerdyPro

    NerdyProIl y a 6 heures

    So I had two worries. 1. Plastic dries out. That got answered with metal. 2. Would these be less practica and more expensive in some situations since it seems like you'd have to replace the whole thing?

  63. Elias Kremminger

    Elias KremmingerIl y a 7 heures

    Great Video!

  64. John Robinson

    John RobinsonIl y a 7 heures

    Are there applications to space-flight? I mean the horribly expensive launch vehicle itself.

  65. Reckless Roges

    Reckless RogesIl y a 7 heures

    Breaking the first rule of engineering: If it moves, its going to break.

  66. Robert Caldwell

    Robert CaldwellIl y a 7 heures

    I think the idea of 3d print-ability is what gives these things extreme credit....I imagine us going back to the mechanical computer age so that parts can be easily replaced with 3d printed materials. This would be, in my opinion, an absolute necessity for space travel and colonization, as a 3d printer is much lighter than bringing an entire microchip fabrication machine.

  67. Atomic Shrimp

    Atomic ShrimpIl y a 7 heures

    I found this really interesting and I wonder if it's a hard sell to convince some engineers to accept the reliability of compliant mechanisms (given that, in the real world, 'living hinges' have been extant for a long time in cheap consumer plastic goods, and are often very poorly implemented)

  68. Chris Colon

    Chris ColonIl y a 7 heures

    I think the only problem with these weird type of mechanism is, if they break, you have to replace the entire piece. I don't think its as easy as welding it back together, which it may, but the integrity of the mechanism wouldn't be the same.

  69. TonkarzOfSolSystem

    TonkarzOfSolSystemIl y a 7 heures

    These mechanisms are very un-intuitive!

  70. Adam Ruminer

    Adam RuminerIl y a 7 heures

    fun fun fun! nEW sTuff tO 3d priNT! hehe very cool inventions, interesting ideas and concepts! Keep em coming! Keep em' coming!

  71. s1b

    s1bIl y a 7 heures

    I want a compliant machine as my car!

  72. solunasunrise

    solunasunriseIl y a 7 heures

    9:07 ... thats called Fliehkraftkupplung in german ... for your google picture search .... not a new invention ... just saying... and i d be more inclined to call them all advanced spring mechanisms .... not sure about this one now

  73. Michael L

    Michael LIl y a 7 heures

    My girlfriend has some nice bendy parts too

  74. Ken

    KenIl y a 8 heures

    3:54 When someone asks you what you _think_ the outcome will be and list your choices for you, the answer is always none of the above. Especially when the thing has no obvious purpose for it to go in any particular direction, since...who cares. Why is the question even being asked at all.

  75. John Haze

    John HazeIl y a 8 heures

    This is cool stuff

  76. Deez Nutellas

    Deez NutellasIl y a 8 heures

    I'm surprised you didn't get on your knees.

  77. itsumonihon

    itsumonihonIl y a 8 heures

    am i the only one that thinks the thumbnail looks like sexy time?

  78. Wakka9000

    Wakka9000Il y a 8 heures

    physics girls fry is unbearable, i better just read wiki on this thing rather watching this

  79. Kitty

    KittyIl y a 8 heures

    iphones

  80. Ministro Infernale

    Ministro InfernaleIl y a 8 heures

    This guy can't say the word 'nuclear' properly.

  81. IIIrandomIII

    IIIrandomIIIIl y a 8 heures

    This is absolutely amazing

  82. shyF0x

    shyF0xIl y a 8 heures

    you'll never take our bendy nukes!

  83. J3R Omega

    J3R OmegaIl y a 8 heures

    But when it breaks it's harder to fix

  84. Thetreetroll

    ThetreetrollIl y a 8 heures

    Witchcraft, Get the torches

  85. Cody Martinson

    Cody MartinsonIl y a 8 heures

    I've often wondered about what life could look like on other planets, and about how the mechanical processes of animals could be enacted by different biological processes. Like, why does everything on Earth use flesh and bone and muscles? Could you have an animal that use gears and shafts and electric motors? How would it compare to an Earthly animal of the same size? Well, the more I learn, the more I realize that life on Earth is actually built EXTREMELY well in terms of overall design philosophy. Take the principles in this video, for example. Flesh and bone and muscles don't wear out nearly as fast as mechanical components like gears and hinges, don't really need maintenance, don't cause friction by rubbing on each other, don't have any gaps or seams where stuff like rocks or sand could get caught, and can absorb pretty hard impacts without sustaining major damage. With possible exception of bones and teeth, we're entirely built out of compliant mechanisms, from the protein to the ligaments. It's an ingenious structure, and it works really well. I don't know that human science will ever get metal robots that perform as well as human bodies do.

  86. dachr2

    dachr2Il y a 9 heures

    This is just beyond awesome! And 3D printed titanium that bends like that?! Crazy.

  87. Jeremiah Talks

    Jeremiah TalksIl y a 9 heures

    Seems like the part count being that low is a recipe for unitaskers. Also seems like not being repairable and requiring replacement is bad for long term use and the environment. The portability, predictability, and size aspects make sense though.

  88. Peace

    PeaceIl y a 9 heures

    That's why iPhone are better. They bend...

  89. kennkong61

    kennkong61Il y a 9 heures

    This isn't news to me. I have a pair of non-conductive needle nose pliers, molded as a single piece of plastic, that my father used in his TV repair shop in the 1960s. Companies have been manufacturing things like this for a very long time. Any trip to a dollar store will reveal dozens of "compliant mechanisms". The miniaturization aspect is cool, though.

  90. J K

    J KIl y a 9 heures

    He is a mechanic one? Meh second division!

  91. adobe doug

    adobe dougIl y a 9 heures

    Lol. I went to high school with prof Larry

  92. CB BC

    CB BCIl y a 9 heures

    Maybe don't give Mormons the power to bring about Armageddon?

  93. Nirmal Singh

    Nirmal SinghIl y a 9 heures

    wow..

  94. Alexander Tso

    Alexander TsoIl y a 9 heures

    Could somebody please explain to me how the flexibility of the gripper amplifies the force instead of reducing it?

  95. Peloristic Author

    Peloristic AuthorIl y a 9 heures

    Effing pop sockets man

  96. Kamalakanta Mohapatra

    Kamalakanta MohapatraIl y a 9 heures

    1:45 mechanical porn

  97. Rick Salt

    Rick SaltIl y a 9 heures

    how on earth are there 800 people that don't like ? amazing

  98. 雷電

    雷電Il y a 10 heures

    9:16 so that's a centrifugal clutch. But my question is, if it (Well, a real life scale) is attached to an engine with very high torque, like a big diesel of a semi, will it fail? I mean, centrifugal clutches are pretty low in tolerance, aren't they?

  99. Notra Name'

    Notra Name'Il y a 10 heures

    This host is unbearably annoying.

  100. KnuckleHunkybuck

    KnuckleHunkybuckIl y a 10 heures

    "I don't understand how this mechanism is gonna keep nuclear weapons safe."That's because you keep goddamn interrupting while he's trying to explain.