Loader-Bot Is A Stylish And Functional Solution For Carrying Load In The Future

When everything in the world is getting the touch of advanced technology with the aim of making everyday life of human easier, why industrial loader will remain in the Dark Age? Jone Pope, a Hackensack based industrial designer has taken this crucial initiative and came up with Loader-Bot, a unique and functional robot concept that future commodity would love to rely on for carrying heavy load. The chain based wheel like those can be found in war tanks, help the loader to be operated in rough terrains. The mono loader arm can be controlled through pulling up or pushing down the loader control using the operator’s right forearm. Pulling back or pushing forward the control will move the bucket. Both the ROPS and the control panel can be removed or flipped up when required, especially moving through low job sites or during the way in and way out of the operator. On top of everything, this loader robot features a stunning appearance from the shape, size and design aspect with a great color combination.

Designer : Jon Pope

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5 thoughts on “Loader-Bot Is A Stylish And Functional Solution For Carrying Load In The Future

  1. looks nice, as a starting point conceptually. speaking as a person whom operates equipment, i would offer the following constructive criticisms:
    1 – having the operator in a standing position is a drawback. this is far less comfortable for the operator, and is less safe in that the operator is not really secured in place.
    2 – there is a ROPS, however there is nothing between the operator and the bucket, it should not be possible for a load to fall off the back of the bucket and onto the operator. there should be side bars added to the design to prevent a load from coming over the back of the bucket and falling onto the operator.

    sweet looking machine otherwise.

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