The ability to regenerate using mechanical machinery. Sub-power of Technology Manipulation. Variation of Regenerative Healing Factor.

Also Called

  • Auto Reconstruct Circuitry (Sly Cooper series)
  • Auto-Reconstruction/Repair/Reassembly/Restoration
  • Auto-Repair Ability (Dragon Ball series)
  • Cybernetic Healing Factor/Reconstruction/Repair/Reassembly/Restoration
  • Mechanical Healing Factor/Reconstruction/Repair/Reassembly/Restoration
  • Techno-Healing Factor/Reconstruction/Repair/Reassembly/Restoration


Users can regenerate their body's mechanical parts via advanced technology, allowing them to repair any damages done to their mechanical structure and possibly improve their design.




  • May require time, leaving the user vulnerable.
  • May be unable to regenerate from certain forms or extents damage.
  • May require a specific source such as a computer, circuitry, or core.
    • If source destroyed, the ability is useless.
  • May be limited to certain forms of technology.

Known Users


  • Synthroid (Ben 10)
  • Nanobot (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series)
  • Cyborg (Teen Titans 2003)


  • Brainiac (DC Comics)
  • Metallo (DC Comics)
  • The Fury (Marvel Comics)
  • Nimrod (Marvel Comics)
  • Tin Man (Marvel Comics)
  • Ultron (Marvel Comics)


  • The Golden Army (Hellboy II: The Golden Army)
  • Iron Giant (The Iron Giant)

Live Action TV/Movies

  • KITT (Knight Rider)


  • Crimson Kingbolt (Accel World)
  • Meta-Cooler (Dragon Ball)
  • No. 502 (Gintama)
  • Gurren Lagann (Gurren Lagann)
  • Dark Gundam (Mobile Fighter G Gundam)
  • Gundams infused with DG Cells (Mobile Fighter G Gundam)
  • Mukade (Naruto)

Video Games

  • Dr. Ion (God Hand)
  • Clockwerk (Sly Cooper)
  • The Ravenous Octomaw (Splatoon)