The prototype for the mechanized isopodal frame created by Group-7, a robotics company from the planet Kaktorn. 14 legs, a simple ocular module, power-leeches to the front and back to make charging easy.

Group-7's prototype being a big hit in the Kaktorn system, they shortly after got an order from the local Union DoJ/HR Leadership. They specified a fast and nimble bot that could scout and carry out small fire missions. Equipped with 7 cameras, sharp legs and a silenced 20mm cannon it would fill out all the requirements.

With the first contracts fulfilled, Group-7 looked into making their frames available for the wider public. Their first stop being bot racing. Cutting down the number of legs but upping their strength, they created a fearsome competitor. No one has won a race with this frame yet but they have consistently ranked top 5.

With the success of their stealth and racing frames, Group-7 immediately began work on a frame for heavier capacities to anticipated demand. This was the showroom unit that was mocked up to look like it had endured combat.

As they seemingly couldnt be stopped in its tracks, Group-7 started building on its heavier frame with civilian applications. While passanger transport might not have been the first obvious step from a combat or race bot, the BUS-TYPE frame was a instant hit. Allowing for public transportation in even over rough terrain that hasn't been prepared, it brought easy access transport to even the rockiest moons.

Built for Urban combat, this isopodal unit builds on the stealth frame. Sacrificing the nimbleness for robust composite armor plating, the unit depicted it configured and most notably painted for urban combat.

While mechanized frames can be adapted to roles for specific jobs, the wheel still reigns in the corner of affordability. Group-7 knew that and promptly developed a segmented vehicle that was based on their frames. Far more simple, easier to maintain and produce, it was a complete market failure, being outclassed by established vehicle producers.

Heavier mechanized frames are obviously not only for the transport of people but also used to transport cargo. A bonus of using a mech frame with so many legs is that transport is smoother. Transport of high amounts of volatile materials is mainly conducted in this fashion.

Small transportation units can be rented from your local mechanized frame dealer.

Group-7 throws everything at the wall and sees what sticks. Often it results in failure, like with their research into hard-light technology. Serving as a particle shield and making the object that is cloaked invisible on the electromagnetic spectrum is of an advantage. Prototypes are still being tested.

Tracked exploration vehicles are still popular, even in the age of mechanized frames. This little fella was painted up for a parade demonstrating science equipment. Supermanouverable joints make it a possibility to jump over large obstacles in low and mid G.

The heavy frame can be adapted to a lot of roles, "taking inspiration" from Harrison Armory's Genghis, the Iso-Flamer is the newest piece of equipment in Group-7s inventory.

Heavier Frames also lend themselves to be retrofitted as mining equipment by the end user. Often redundant systems like infrared cameras and sensors are removed and new reactors and hydraulics installed. Any weapons are removed and replaced with mining equipment.

Large computing cores need constant monitoring, every single one comes with a maintenance unit.

Anti-Gravity hover technology is not novel but has become more feasible in recent years. Test vehicles are often confused for supernatural phenomenons by uninvolved locals.

Created for survey missions in a chemically hostile environment, this frame uses an inflatable body to control buoyancy. The inflatable shell is resilient and easy to decontaminate. That allows it to act as a remote submarine and not get damaged in low visibility situations by striking sharp rocks.

Commissioned by the planetary government of Kepler 7b, the diving pod can withstand the pressures that govern the liquid core of a gas giant. Its main use is for exploration, to see what's going on in the crushing depths. It is never meant to see the surface again and for that reason is equipped with a cold-fusion reactor and a maintenance nanobot hive.

Every Group-7 mechanized frame with an onboard computer comes with a custom Comp/Con Unit. The isobuddy™ helps you plan routes, analyze situations and optimize use of your frame. It even offers remote operation capabilities!

Aerial combat frames are used as scouts and for espionage. Variable swept wing and a, honestly ridiculous amount of powerplants and thrusters, this mechanized frame can reach speeds up to Mach 10 in an earth-like atmosphere. The segments allow for supermanouverability too!

The Ship Roach is basically spread throughout all of the settled systems. Origin of this species is unknown, but it doesn't matter since individuals differ pretty significantly from ship to ship.

Basic frames can fill any role. Here, a crafty homesteader, retrofitted theirs for irrigation. While Group-7 mechanized frames are sturdy, years of constant exposure to the weather and water will even rust them apart.

Build to infiltrate and reproduce. This is a bigger variant of what some would call Greywash. Every licensed Group-7 Virus Frame comes with an individual kill switch to avoid cataclysm situations.

Some mechanized frames from Group-7 opperate entirely in 0G. They fill roles like sub-light shipping, welding and survey missions. They are not widely adapted because of their bulk.

Some worlds sadly need to still fall back on atomic deterrence doctrine. Luckily Group-7 offers a carrier frame that is compatible and easily adaptable to most Ballistic Missile.

A solar carrier. Its main purpose is to walk around and charge its battery.

The Trojan Frame is often packed into canisters that explode, releasing them. The canisters can be loaded into a bomb or disguised as various vessels. From then the Trojan will cut the target to pieces with powerful miniaturized plasma cutters.

Time travel will have been a failure.

Air filtration units can be found in clean rooms and other places that need to stay free of hazardous materials. With programmable filters you can choose what you want in your air and what not. With scrubbers on its underside it can even decontaminate radiation to some degree.

Hard_Light Tech is still being prototyped but is a promising technology. The possibilities of slowing light into a crystal like lattice allow for the temporary construction of platforms and personal shields. The Group-7 Prototype was created to harness hard_light technology for civilian use.

Eventually Group-7 was commissioned to build a heavy combat frame that unites all their best frames into one. This top secret project was meant to be nimble, well armored and possess enough firepower to take on other mechanized frames.

Scrap moons are like the big recycling bin of the system they are in and neighboring ones. They are the place that waste is offloaded to be recycled at a lunar scale and the energy and refined material is redistributed. Often you have locals that do some part time engineering, here we seemingly have a scrap build that was inspired by a Group-7 frame.