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How can a coaxial stepper motor be used to drive the Z axis effector of a SCARA robot?
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i found out that it is called an RZ tool ... google scara RZ tool there is a captive rotating "nut" on the threaded shaft that causes the shaft to move linearly there is a spline (raceway) in the ...

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High power jumping mechanism in small robots
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Looks like it uses a propane powered ram to launch itself into the air. The end of the piston is visible in the back of the vehicle. This webpage states that source of power is battery and propane ...

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How does this end effector work?
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The actuator has two raceways cut into it. One is a screw thread, and engages with a rotary screw nut that is turned by a motor. Turning the nut moves the actuator linearly. The other is a spline ...

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How to maintain a robot's center of gravity
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Use a couterweight. It could be a second arm, or a pendulum inside the robot body, or even two partially filled water resevoirs with a bi-directional pump in between. You could also clamp onto the ...

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What is an "actuation state"
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after reading this ... there are mentions of task-space, state-space, configuration-space, etc https://www.researchgate.net/publication/...

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Why 3DR Power Module has two 5v and GND output
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Dual power and ground pins are on the power module so that two other modules could be powered without having to split the power cables. Also, if the attached module draws significant current from ...

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Get data without command anything from Roomba Create 2
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It is a message. See this page. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASCII#Printable_characters

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360 Continuous Rotation Servo only goes 180 degrees
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Since you already determined that the servo acts as a positional servo, and not as a continuous rotation servo, then it is not a continuous rotation servo.

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Pnumatic sulinoid with multiple outputs
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You are searching for the wrong thing. This is a solenoid This is what you want, a solenoid operated valve.

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