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how to build a robolink arm (videos)

Martin Raak | 3. March 2017

we supply either components (joints, motors, cables,…) or complete electro-mechanical joint arms. compared to industrial robots, the composition of a robolink joint arm is quite easy and can be reproduced by “everybody”. We show the composition of a 5 DOF joint arm in 3 single video clips: assembly of joints, “motorkits” and “Inikits” (for 0-point reference), […]

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RL-D different versions, pricing

Martin Raak | 18. August 2015

We have defined 3 different quality standards for our robolink D joints and I want to explain the background of this issue. The 3 qualities are: “low cost”, “standard”, “high end” The main performance differences are stiffness, friction, precision (reverse play) and on the other hand cost. For size -20 and -30, the price difference between […]

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robolink technical documentation update

Martin Raak | 23. January 2015

please find attached an update of the robolink technical documentation paper. It is based on the wire driven robolink joints. A similar document for robolink D (direct drive) will follow later this year.  Documentation_robolink_kit_(#3 _15-01)_EN.pdf (3.33 mb)

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Film clip on robolink modular system

Martin Raak | 5. September 2012

In addition to the written documentation which I published yesterday (pdf, 28 pages), here is a short video post, where some points are explained “live” (about 4 1/2 minutes). The commercial is in English, so if you have a weakness for “German English” with little hitches, you shouldn’t miss it …

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