In the late 1940s, the mechatronic bot industry had developed worldwide. However, its size was large, even though it was a humanoid, it was inorganic, and it was just a thing that was just like a machine tool. These mechatronic bots were also imported to Japan, but because of their huge size that does not fit the country of Japan, it has not spread widely and there are few opportunities for the general public to see. In 1957, Japan's "Mechatro Chubu" (Chubu Mechatronics) announces a breakthrough mini mechatronic bot that has not existed before, it was Light Mechatrobot "Tube one."
The WeGo is the world's smallest Mechatrobot which was designed to be used for children’s school commute in under-populated areas and for various recreational purposes.
- imported Spitfire edition WeGo
- 10cm tall
- fully assembled with clear stand
- highly articulated
- die-cast and plastic