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robot FLASH from Wroclaw University of technology (Poland)

Martin Raak | 28. September 2015

The team of Jan Kedzierski (Ph.D.) from Wroclaw University of technology now presents their NEW generation of the autonomous robot FLASH. It is (again) equipped with 2 pcs. 5 DOF robolink wire driven joint arms. They developpped their own drive technology for this robot based on DC/BLDC motors as an open source project. It will […]

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robolink® dummy with pneumatic muscles

Martin Raak | 2. June 2015

I want to present a very ambitious project from our customer the automotive research and test centre CARISSMA, TH Ingolstadt. Project leader Igor Doric and his team had the goal to build a humanoid pedestrian dummy for autonomous emergency braking tests with vehicles. This dummy shall not contain any metallic parts, especially no electric motors. […]

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robolink application under water

Martin Raak | 28. January 2015

This submarine robot has been developped by our german customer Habib Nasri from Leibnitz University Hannover, iPeG Institute. It is fully submersible and it is gesture controlled. It contains 1 simple arm with 2 DOF and one more complex arm with 4 DOF, all robolink joints are equipped with our “under water angle sensors”. The 6 […]

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pick + place of petri dishes with robolink D unit

Martin Raak | 26. August 2014

In this case petri dishes shall be placed and displaced from a storage. We used our RL-D demo unit to show its ability for this task. The programming was done with our IME Software. As always, there is no inverse kinematics or path planning executed. The single positions have been teached. 0 0

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robolink at WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)

Martin Raak | 21. May 2013

Ty Trembley at WPI works on a research project with our 5 DOF arm, driven by MAXON motors, MAXON control units and using a ROS control package. Please find it’s documentation here: http://robot.wpi.edu/wiki/index.php/Robolink 0 0

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