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Hexapoda

[hek′säp·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An equivalent name for Insecta.
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No matter the product size needed for the application the ALIO Hybrid 6-D Motion system will maintain precision to at least an order of magnitude better than stacked stages or traditional Hexapods.
In conclusion, hexapods will still have many applications that they are well suited to handle just not in the #6-D Nano Precision world of applications.
In order to extend the mobility of a single hexapod, a structure with two staged modules was proposed, as in Fig.
The future is in nanotechnology, and that's where we really sell the hexapod," he continued.
ALIO's hexapod robots outperform their competitors by a wide margin, 80 percent better than the current market norm.
That means that "today's terrestrial hexapods are products of at least two independent invasions of land," Richard H.
They'll also need to look at four other orders of hexapods that, like springtails, aren't true insects.
But for all the advantages that may be inherent in the genre, the established builders of hexapods all chose to build big Cadillacs, not small Model Ts, according to the proprietors of Pathfinders.
Bruce Konkel worked there with him on the hexapod project.
Interest in advanced kinematic devices like hexapods goes hand in hand with the desire for high speed cutting (HSC) technology.
A number of hexapods have been announced in varying stages of development.
Many hexapod groups originated earlier and withstood extinction events better than previously realized: inferences from supertrees.