ROBOTICK (jercar@aristotle.net)
Fri, 19 Jan 2001 20:37:27 -0600


I've never seen a mech that lasted long enough for the joints to wear, which
raises an interesting question. What's the longest-lived mech of any gundam
series?
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From: "Chris Maier" <oom9@crosswinds.net>
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Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 8:24 PM
Subject: RE: [gundam] 0080 wheelchair guy

> I think they make the mech move smoother, less friction, less wearing out
of
> joints...
>
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> Excuse my lack of engineering expertise, but what would magnet coated
joints
> do?
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> From: "Loran Seakku" <neogohan@nc.rr.com>
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> > >I'm wondering, what was his role in the development of the Alex? It's
not
> > >made clear in the OAV.
> >
> > I think, I THINK he had something to do with making the Alex's magnet
> > coated joints. This is part assumption and part educated guess, since I
> > remember reading something to that extent before I saw 0080. I'm sure
> > other people have more info than I...
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