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Track Robot Gripper Finished!

July 4, 2015

The three fingers of the underactuated gripper for the track robot are done and assembled (not pinned yet). Now to make the palm and motorize for grip and rotate. Gimp hand Doppelgänger! Click on image to get larger view More info on the Track Robot here Track Robot Maintenance Log

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New Gripper for the Track Robot

March 22, 2015

This is an underactuated gripper digit that will be used for the 3 finger gripper on the Track Robot. The linkages (which are spring loaded) cause the finger to behave like a real finger and allow it to automatically grip nearly any type of object securely. Its 8 inches long. It only requires a single […]

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Making a Claw for the Spine Robot

October 24, 2010

The claw for the Spine Robot was completed yesterday, October 23, 2010. It was designed by Mark Pauline. It is made out of ‘special’ heavy duty aluminum. Chris Bohren, DV Rogers, Geo Homsy, Babalou, Roger Carr, and Karen Marcelo were around to observe ‘testing’. Video from Karen Marcelo

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