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Eyeing Robots at Survival Research Labs

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Eyeing Robots at Survival Research Labs

Eyeing Robots at Survival Research Labs

Eyeing Robots at Survival Research Labs

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Sparks fly at the SRL robot show. Scott Beale hide caption

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Scott Beale

Sparks fly at the SRL robot show.

Scott Beale

A skull festoons a robot preparing for combat at the SRL show. Marjorie Kaye hide caption

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Marjorie Kaye

Screeching gears and grinding metal are a new staple of TV on shows such as Robot Wars and Monster Garage. But Survival Research Laboratories of California has invited inventors to display their mechanical creations at events for more than two decades.