It's known that the major part of the use of our hand is just grasping.
I just wanted to realize the end effector. All the tests, are tests on the functionality on the end effector.I never said I created a robot capable of playing chess, did I?
QuoteIt's known that the major part of the use of our hand is just grasping.Known by who ? You just claiming it, does not make it true.As I said, I type thousands of characters a day, and I pick up maybe a dozen things.I quite like your hand, it's good ! It is just the dodgy claims in your captions that I don't like.
you did claim that your hand uses only one motor/servo. To have a usable hand for picking anything up,you would need some kind of arm which will require more than one motor or servo.
No, but you did claim that your hand uses only one motor/servo. To have a usable hand for picking anything up,you would need some kind of arm which will require more than one motor or servo.
Attached is a pic of my proof-of-concept finger based on ndrplz's video.I was surprised at how much force it takes to curl the finger: servo sounded like it was straining and was drawing about half an amp.
I was wondering if you could have a look at my post 3 Fingered Domestic Robotic Gripper (Uni Final year project) microcontroller in project guidance as you seem to have a good knowledge of robotics.
Looks like a stone, but I think must be some kind of wood...
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