hydraulic robot

hydraulic robot

[hī′drȯl·ik ′rō‚bät]
(control systems)
A robot that is powered by hydraulic actuators, usually controlled by servovalves and analog resolvers.
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I enjoyed drone operations, Hydraulic Robot and 3D printing.
Contract notice: Supply of a command system for a hydraulic robot SAMM for hot cells.
He spent about three years building the six-legged hydraulic robot, which weighs more than two tonnes, after trying out a baby version at the MakerFaire a few years ago.
Talufi had devised a hydraulic robot that helps in moving heavy objects.
With up to 30 programmers and dozens of staff people slaving all summer, they were able to come up with a demo work cell consisting of a White-Sundstrand Series 20 Omnimill CNC machining center served by a Cincinnati Milacron T3 hydraulic robot, and a Hardinge Superslant CNC turning center with a Bendix AA gantry robot using special NBS grippers.
His inventions include techniques for the rapid calculation of transcendental functions; the first digital control system for a large hydraulic robot used to change out nuclear cores in submarines; and new medical diagnostic devices for the non-invasive diagnosis of coronary artery disease by passive sonar.
Contract notice: Operating lease with option to buy the system for the renovation of the sewerage network by long sleeve (with the possibility of repairing the water supply system) built on truck chassis with a heating device built on a trailer and hydraulic robot system built on the chassis of the type of van.
A hydraulic robot physically performs the test by controlling a scale model of a machine bucket that digs into a pile of soil.
With those early hydraulic robots, the technological focus was on robustness and reliability, looking to improve machine uptime and reduce maintenance requirements, and increasing numbers of automotive plants applied robotics for painting vehicle interiors and exteriors, as featured in many documentaries and commercials.
The first-generation hydraulic robots were large and bulky, often inaccurate, and subject to breakdowns.
This model can be used for the design of a state controller and for the simulation of the closed-loop system under various operating conditions of static and mobile hydraulic robots.
Although the old hydraulic robots excelled at handling the heavy payloads found in the automobile industry, they were slow compared to conventional automation and cumbersome to program, and often leaked oil.