The ability to regenerate using mechanical machinery. Sub-power of Technology Manipulation. Variation of Regenerative Healing Factor.
- Auto Reconstruct Circuitry (Sly Cooper series)
- 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.
Brainiac (DCAU/Superman: Brainiac Attacks) rebuilding and reassembling his robotic body after clashing with Superman.
Ryūzan Hayashi (Gintama) residing in No. 502, who can mechanically regenerate infinitely so long as the less-than-1 micrometer microchip is intact.
If he is ever broken apart, Dr. Ion (God Hand) can reassemble his body, and become equipped with a new weapon.
If the Fury (Marvel Comics) is damaged, it can use it's complex self-repair systems to regenerate.
Nimrod (Marvel Comics) can auto repair any damage to his armor and systems to an unknown extent.
The Dark Gundam's (Mobile Fighter G Gundam) self-regeneration systems allow it to recover from damage, no matter how severe.
Having acquired abilities from the Dark Gundam, Master Asia's Master Gundam (Mobile Fighter G Gundam) gained the ability to repair itself from any form of damage.
Mukade (Naruto) regenerating his puppet body by applying the infinite Ryūmyaku chakra to it, repairing all damage.
Along with the using his hatred for the Cooper clan to fuel his immortality, Clockwerk (Sly Cooper series) posses an auto reconstruct circuitry to repair his body should it ever be damaged.
Metallo (DC Comics) can assimilate metallic and mechanical parts to reconstruct his body thanks to ability upgrades.
Whenever the Ravenous Octomaw (Splatoon) gets its teeth broken, it can replace them with a newer, stronger set of teeth.
Nanobot (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2003 TV series) is able to use its nano technology to regenerate itself from its smallest remnants.
During his fight with Brother Blood, Cyborg (Teen Titans 2003) became strengthened by his human spirit, allowing him to repair his damaged body with the part of Blood's drones.