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Humanoid robot arm

By powderly, Ishwar Chandramouli (Contributor)1

1. National Cancer Institute

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Abstract

From the website:

"The following is Instructions for assembling the first generation robot arm that I am developing for the Eyebeam Atelier AiR program as part of an animatronic self-portrait. This arm has 4 degrees-of-freedom (DOF) from the wrist to the shoulder, runs at less than 20 W and is about 12 ounces. I am currently working on V2 with limit and home switches for each DOF, a single DOF hand and adding another 2 DOF to the shoulder. Motor control units for the arm are also currently being developed. You can check out the progress of the arm by clicking here or go to robot clothes dot com"

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powderly via http://www.instructables.com/id/Humanoid-robot-arm/

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  • powderly; Ishwar Chandramouli (2016), "Humanoid robot arm," https://citscibio.org/resources/5.

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