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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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Spine Robot Enhancement/Maintenance Log for June 2013

June 7, 2013

As if setting a new record for robot arm cinder block tossing weren’t enough, Mark Pauline has been busy improving the Spine Robot even more! See crazy setup, etc. for an improved Spine Robot reach! Click on the image below for more details, pix:

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Scoliosis-Free Spine Robot Fully Assembled

August 11, 2011

After the debut run of the Spine Robot last fall for the Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show at the Sonoma County Museum, it was observed that the Spine twists itself up during operation. Over the last few months, Mark Pauline has re-engineered it with neat new design features to correct this (see the Spine Robot […]

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Spine Robot Assembly

May 25, 2011

After making improvements to the first version of the Spine Robot as seen at the Explosion of Ungovernable Rage show last fall, Mark Pauline reassembles the Spine Robot. Details on current work as well as a running log of past work done to the Spine Robot here

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