Real-life Iron Man armor: Flying with 5 jet engines, fighting against bullets

'I confirm if Tony Stark is not a fictional character and is designing an Iron Man armor, this is exactly how he does it,' said Adam Savage confidently.

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Iron man armor of Adam Savage.

Remember the program MythBusters was shown on Discovery? One of the two main characters, Adam Savage is having another similar show on Discovery, named Savage Builds . The first episode was only available on Friday afternoon, revolving around Adam Savage asking for a titanium Iron Man armor , and then putting in a jet engine to get the real Iron Man armor.

"Titanium armor is made by 3D printing technology provided by Colorado State University, 5 jet engines lent by Gravity Industries ," said Adam Savage confidently.


This is how Adam Savage brought real Iron Man armor.

The armor was able to fly up, but where was its bulletproof ability? Certainly when you have this armor in hand, you will also ask this question. But only a few people have a rare opportunity, and can be tested with armor.

This short video will be part of the real-life Iron Man armor-proof test:

In addition to testing with three size bullets, Adam Savage also tried to resist the pressure of a mechanical explosion. Indeed Savage Builds is a worthwhile program, satisfying our thirst since MythBusters originally stopped early last year.

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