hexapod


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hexapod

[′hek·sə‚päd]
(control systems)
A robot that uses six leglike appendages to stride over a surface.
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2013 Hexapod walking robot energy consumption dependence on the number of legs set on the surface, Electrical and Control Technologies ECT-2013, 2-3 May, 2013, Kaunas, Lithuania, 25-28.
In this paper, mechanisms that can convert the small strain of a SMA wire into large motion, used as legs for a hexapod walking micro-robot, have been discussed.
The high quality actuators and the backlash-free cardan joints enhance both the repeatability and the positioning performance of the new hexapod.
14 is shown the hexapod, which was built at University of Zilina (Poppeova et al.
The research activities related to the paper, were based on scientific hypothesis of conception, implementation, experimentation mechatronics solutions for equipments and intelligent systems for integrated control in automotive industry, for modelling micro-systems and nano-robots with application in mechatronics and in medicine and for analysis, testing and application of the hexapod micro-robot.
A hexapod is a leading technology for the future of MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) assembly," said Hennessey, ALIO's president.
We are marrying a manned multi-axis centrifuge with the tactical simulation we currently use for hexapod fixed-site" trainers, he said.
Technically a parallel kinematic link mechanism, the hexapod represents a revolutionary design concept since the dawn of machine tools.
Tenders are invited for Request for quotation for hexapod (stewart platform) robot with accessories
We've more makers than ever and it's great to see EepyBird as headliners, as well as other nice things like the Mantis hexapod robot and the T.
e festival also saw the "rst public showcase of Hampshire designer Matt Denton's extraordinary giant hexapod animatronic spider, called e Mantis.
3D model of the Hexapod (a) and one leg 3D model with the possible rotation angles of leg joints (servo) (b)