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Tensile strength test report of robolinkĀ® wires

Martin Raak | 26. January 2012

robolink® wires were tested for tensile strength on the ZWICK tractor (nominal tensile strength > 3600 N).The nipple connection was fixed with different adhesives (see installation instructions for the wires). The experiments were carried out at room temperature and at 80°C.          Wire with brass nipples  Section of the mounted nipple Test […]

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Angular sensor

Martin Raak | 1. June 2010

angular sensor Due to the integrated angular sensors, an arm can also be used directly as “teach-in” arm. Read-out angle information can be saved and called up or even directly transformed into movements (see film). Currently the sensor technology is advanced for series production. Development partner EvoLogics GmbH is a specialist for bionic inventions (the […]

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Development status

Martin Raak | 23. March 2010

Increase in the transmitted torque (rotation) from 5 (generation 1) to 7 Nm (generation 2) in continuous operation. (Damage in the one-off fracture test at > 24 Nm) GFRP and CFRP rods now available in profiled version. Maximum length of 1 m. See price list. Weight CFK: 170 g/m, GFK: 200 g/m, Aluminum 270 g/m […]

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Current status of the product development

Martin Raak | 14. December 2009

The revised, new version of the articulated robot joint is now available as a prototype. The following product improvements have been achieved: lower cable friction due to less narrow cable guide for the rotational motion (newly laid Bowden cables with optimized friction couple => see figures) New design of the transition from articulated joint to […]

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First articulated joint by the end of this year

Martin Raak | 28. September 2009

We originally wanted to manufacture injection molded tools in connection with the HMI in order to produce the product as shown.Increase the transferable torques by means of design improvement to the transfer between articulated joint and rod, reduce cable friction by making changes to the design and materials, but above all: integrate magnetic sensors to […]

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