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Botero scores hat trick as bolivar hammer penarol wins gold in Olympic weightlifting
The Bolivar was the only Olympic weightlifting robot to come away with gold medals this year, making it the highest-scoring robot in the last 12 years for Olympic weightlifting (in addition to the three previously won by its Brazilian twin, Tormeybot) but falling just short of Olympic champion Tormeybot, who took gold this year. With eight wins in total from 12 weightlifting tournaments, the Bolivar took home silver at two of them. It may have a bigger weight deficit this year because this was a team competition, but still, the Bolivar was an Olympic robot and one that should have won gold medals.
The Bolivar was inspired by Brazilian jiu-jitsu legend Rodrigo Borges. The Bolivar is made up of two independent arms; a hydraulic press arm and an arm that was put together by Brazilian engineer Mario V. Pereira – his first attempt was in 2011 and was successful; the second arm is made up of two separate motors that were developed and installed by his partner. Like the other three machines here, it has four tires which are designed to take two different loads and, like the other three, use pulleys to assist the machine to move from one position to the next.
The Bolivar weighs in at 4.28 kg – with four wheels and an empty frame. As 김해출장마사지was the case with all of these robots, it uses only an air-cooled air pump; there’s no internal combustion engine, but the Bolivar uses an 18 hp diesel unit as well as a two-stage, 3.92 kg motor and a 6.6 kg transmission motor. All three motors are controlled by computers and both motors are connected together so they operate without the need for external power; the hydraulic arm moves the weight and the four tires rotate so that the front of the machine rotates in the same direction as the rear of the machine, but the motor on the rear, which is driven by the hydraulic pump, moves the weight away from the front of the machine as the b포커ody continues to rotate around a천안출장샵 fixed axis in the rear. It’s also possible to drive it to the side, allowing the front tires to spin the front wheels in a different direction, creating a loop for the hydraulic pump to move the weight away from the front wheels and to the back.
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