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Basics of Robotics: Theory and Components of Manipulators by Adam Morecki, Jozef Knapczyk

By Adam Morecki, Jozef Knapczyk

This quantity comprises the elemental suggestions of contemporary robotics, simple definitions, systematics of robots in undefined, carrier, medication and underwater job. vital info on jogging and mili-walking machines are integrated in addition to attainable purposes of microrobots in drugs, agriculture, underwater task.

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Block diagram of control system of copying manipulator arm joint end-effector wrist joint forearm Fig. 17 . 2. Classification of robots Various classifications can be made on the basis of the criteria assumed. Taking application as the criterion, the following classes of robots can be distinguished: - for research, - for training, - for industry, - for research under water, in space and on the surfaces of other planets. Applying the criterion of the degree of specialization, we can distinguish: - ospecialized robots, - special robots, - all-purpose robots.

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