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Output Encoder for RL-D / RL-S

Martin Raak | 29. June 2017

We supply 2 options of encoders for our joints / joint arms. Option 1 (our Standard before HMI 2017): Motorencoder plus Ini switch for 0-point reference on the joint output (PRT bearing) Option 2): Output encoder on the PRT bearing of the joint. This is our own development, we use a magnetic ring plus Encoderchip […]

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strain wave gear (RL-S) vs. cycloid gear (RL-C)

Martin Raak | 28. June 2017

The strain wave gear is available as a product in the size RL-S-17 and RL-S-20. RL-S-30 is a prototype and still in development. The cyclo gear can be an alternative in future and is not available as a product yet. The sizes 17 and 20 are currently in development. Both types of gears contain a coaxial […]

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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® 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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more robolink D informations (HMI interviews)

Martin Raak | 27. April 2015

I would like to share 2 interviews “live” from Hannover trade Show. They might explain more about our ideas and the product robolink D Joint kit. The first is in “English” (=germanenglish) and the second in german. please find some more written informations below. in german: I want to explain the basic idea of our […]

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