* Animatronic Dinosaur Ride Features

* Highly simulated skin textures
* Highly simulated skin textures
  • We need realistic dinosaur motion and control techniques, as well as realistic body shape and skin touch effects. We made animatronic dinosaur with high density soft foam and silicon rubber, giving them the real look and feel.
* Better interactive entertainment and learning experience
* Better interactive entertainment and learning experience
  • We are committed to offer entertainment experiences products. Visitors are eager to experience the wide range of dinosaur themed entertainment products.
* Can be disassembled and installed for repeated use
* Can be disassembled and installed for repeated use
  • The animatronic dinosaur rides can be disassembled and installed many times, it not only can be used for permanent places but also suitable for traveling exhibitions.

* Parameters


Size:From 2m to 6 m long,other size is also available.

Net Weight:Determined by the size of dinosaur (eg: 1 set 3m long T-rex weighs close to 170kg).
Color:Any color is available. Accessories: Control cox, Speaker, Fiberglass rock,Infrared sensor etc.
Lead Time:15-30 days or depends on quantity after payment. Power: 110/220V, 50/60hz or customized without extra charge.
Min.Order Quantity: 1 Set. After Service: 12 Months after installation.
Control Mode: Infrared sensor, Remote control, Token coin operated, Button, Touch sensing, Automatic, Customized etc.
Usage: Dino park, Dinosaur world, Dinosaur exhibition, Amusement park, Theme park, Museum, Playground, City plaza, Shopping mall, Indoor/outdoor venues.
Main Materials: High density foam, National standard steel frame, Silicon rubber, Motors.
Shipping:We accept land, air, sea transport and international multimodal transport. Land+sea(cost-effective) Air(transport timeliness and stability).


* Main Materials

* Accessories

Animatronic Dinosaur Ride

Animatronic Dinosaur Ride

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* Dino Park Projects Introduction