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### What type of mechanism is this?

Totally off topic and not really robotics related but that's an old gearless angle drive. Kind of like this... http://www.cal-vantools.com/p-5-90-degree-gearless-angle-drive38.aspx

### Autodesk Inventor 2013: Rounding only at specific edge

The problem is the fillet is reaching the long edge by following the smooth curve around your previously-filleted edges. The solution is to undo or delete features to get rid of the existing fillets ...
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### Why Make Bipedal Robots?

In addition to the reasons given by Ugo, studying humanoid robots in general helps in the medical field too. Trying to understand what sensors/systems robots need helps us understand what sensors/...
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### Why Make Bipedal Robots?

I would say: Compactness of the structure: imagine humanoid robots that are required to operate in household environment: two-legged robots might have less difficulties in navigating among tables and ...
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### How to distribute tension load on a three footed claw?

Tension distribution is easily accomplished using a simple mechanism called a whiffletree. Classically invented to allow several horses of different strengths to pull evenly on a single load, this ...
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