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However, the process of alignment has to be as quick as it can to reduce the EBID's effects on end-effector. If one time alignment cannot satisfy the required precision, the alignment method needs to be further optimized.
They provide a standard methodology to write the kinematic equations of a manipulator or end-effector. Each joint in a serial kinematic chain is assigned a coordinate frame.
In that case, the generalized manipulator has six degrees, which guarantees that the end-effector can approach an arbitrary position at any pose.
Cable-based parallel robots whose end-effectors are manipulated by motors that can extend or retract the cables are a type of robotic manipulator that has recently attracted interest for large workspace manipulation tasks.
Since the manipulators are devices that replicate the movements of the person's hand, the use for their trajectory planning biomechanical criteria contributes to reproduce the end-effector movements that are similar to movements of the hands.
Then, the configuration (position and orientation) of the end-effector in SE(3) ( or SE(2) in the case of a planar manipulator) of a serial robot with n-joints can be expressed by a vector of [[theta].sub.i], with i = 1, 2, ..., n.
While the size and shape of the diecast product is the major factor in the design of the robotic end-effector, temperature, payload and force requirements should be taken into account.
A common specifying error is to omit the weight of the end-effector and associated cabling when calculating payload.
A manipulation task is usually given in terms of a desired end-effector trajectory.
To harvest the fruit, the end-effector grips and cuts the fruit stem.
New functionality introduced in 2001 include a Dual-Z (dual end-effector) robot arm, a magnetic bead separation unit with heating block and a vacuum manifold for microplate-based solid phase extraction applications.