By Luis Maria Cabás Ormaechea (auth.), Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez (eds.)
Humans have consistently been thinking about the concept that of man-made existence and the development of machines that glance and behave like humans. because the box of robotics evolves, it calls for non-stop improvement of profitable structures with high-performance features for useful applications.
Advanced Mechanics in robot Systems illustrates unique and bold mechanical designs and strategies for constructing new robotic prototypes with winning mechanical operational abilities. Case experiences are curious about initiatives in mechatronics that experience excessive development expectations:
- humanoid robots,
- robotics hands,
- mobile robots,
- parallel manipulators, and
- human-centred robots.
A solid keep watch over method calls for reliable mechanical layout, so a bankruptcy has additionally been dedicated to the outline of compatible tools for keep watch over structure layout.
Readers of Advanced Mechanics in robot Systems will notice novel designs for appropriate purposes in robot fields, that might be of specific curiosity to educational and industry-based researchers.
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Robotic Hands 31 Fig. 8 Location of the RL1 Hand inside the docking Most of the robotic hands that exist nowadays are mounted on the extremities of a robotic arm. It is said that they are available at any time as it is only necessary to move the hand to the necessary place to approach the tasks. They are in an operative state without the need of a previous movement through an actuator system. For the RL1 Hand, this situation is different as it is situated inside an anchor (Fig. 8). It requires not only moving the hand to the necessary location but also a previous step to put the hand in an operative state.
It has been reached after many years of investigations driven in exclusivity to humanoids. Its first predecessor was built in 1973, at the Johnson Space Centre (NASA). This mobile robot was formed by two arms with non-anthropomorphic hands in its extremes, and stereo cameras to reach a tridimensional vision. The Robonaut is endowed by a technology superior to its predecessor’s, which refers not only to its electronic but also to the level of its materials, actuators and intelligent control system.
On the other hand, the ejection phenomenon is produced when the last Robotic Hands 35 Fig. 13 RL2 Hand0 s finger configuration phalange does not reach the roll back because it stops in a point determined by the object but cannot make an effort over the object. The problem lies on an instable and uneffective contact point. For that reason, depending on the position of the object to be held, it can discard. These two phenomena were identified with certain objects of the RL1 Hand and should be fixed at the RL2 Hand.