Bow leg

For the skeletal disorder, see bow-leg.

The Bow Leg is a highly resilient robotic leg being developed for running robots at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute. The key technology is the fiber-reinforced composite (FRC) spring that bends like a bow to store elastic energy. [1]


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