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    Need help on Mechanical Designs of Robotic Arm

    I am currently studying Robotics and I’ve been lurking around reading up on Robotics. I am working on an industrial Robotic Arm using 7DOF and I have been out of my wits trying to get some help on this. Locally, it’s been hard for me to get some help and somehow, I thought I would check out if there were any websites/forums that might be able to help me out so here I am wondering if anyone of you would be kind enough to provide with me some designs in terms of mechanical components?

    The motion that I am using is almost the same as a human arm and can hold up 3 kg of things. I want to use electrical actuators and gears, preferably at a low cost and light weight.

    As I stated above, I need help on the mechanical design (mechanism) movement of the arm. I would really appreciate it if anyone can help me on this. I seriously have tried getting help elsewhere and Robotics isn’t something that is big here – not yet, anyway! So here I am – trying on a forum!

    Many thanks in advance!

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    Need help on Mechanical Designs of Robotic Arm

    Then links below could help :
    http://www.linuxcnc.org/content/view/11/10/lang,en/

    (up to 9 degrees) at least trajectory planning could be reused.

    or
    http://googoltech.com.cn/web/eng/pro...oller&gid=1493

    but note - their software support is far from perfect.

    try to specify your project requirements strictly
    , yet good luck



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