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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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more facts about the HOBBIT Service Robotics project (TU Vienna)

Martin Raak | 16. May 2013

in addition to the video I shared some weeks ago, here you can find more details and facts about the HOBBIT project at TU Vienna (Prof. Markus Vince): http://hobbit.acin.tuwien.ac.at/teams.html   0 0

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Teach-in arm on ADAM torso and repeatability

Martin Raak | 28. January 2013

once again I want to link to Malte Ahlers homepage and 2 of his Videos from his robot project ADAM A1. Now he is really running the 5DOF arm and he is using the 2nd one as teach-in arm. The movement speed and reaction time between left and right arm really impress me! Video1 – teach in: https://youtu.be/_67W2Arcvis […]

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NEWMEN: our partner in France offers automation solutions with robolink® joint arms

Martin Raak | 11. January 2013

Mathieu Charles has founded a company NEWMEN in France. He offers complete automation solutions by using our robolink® components. Please find attached a link to his website www.newmen.fr , current pdf-flyers and a link to a youtube video with an example application. YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHy1eltKCrY 0 0

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Serviceroboter “Hobbit” (TU Vienna) Project with robolink® arm

Martin Raak | 10. January 2013

The Vision4Robotics Group at Vienna University of Technology (Team Dr. Walter Wohlkinger) is leading the project “Hobbit” in cooperation with our customer Hella Automation in Austria. Stefan Hofmann has equipped the robot with a robolink® joint arm (5DOF with angle sensors) and a FESTO adaptive gripper. They are using their own motors for the actuation. Here […]

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