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Delta Robot

Moving to given points

This Delta Robot is made from ply wood and aluminium. Cheap servo motors for the positioning. Atmel Attiny2313 for controlling the servos over RS232 with MATLAB. MATLAB calculates full inverse kinematics for the robot. The robot moves to given points. The point-to-point movement is realised with linear interpolation and inverse kinematics.

How does the inverse kinematics work? Look here: http://forums.trossenrobotics.com/tutorials/introduction-129/delta-robot-kinematics-3276/ or here: http://www.cm.mcgill.ca/~paul/clavdelt.pdf

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Really cool ,i want to make one ...

The robotic arm on the back how much did cost ?

The robotic arm in the back is a Kuka Kr3. Cost much moore as the delta robot in the front. ;-)

I know but can give me the price of it?

i didn't know the price.

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But how can this happen?

Did you buy this arm by yourshelf or someone made you this one for some kind of present?

Maybe its not my robot...

you should post the code :( and some explanation about how to make this

I found this post quite interesting and found myself on youtube looking at a lot of different versions on this theme. It it indeed true that your 3-point setup will always remain level or parallel with the table? If only one servo is activated, will the top plate tilt?

Yes, you are right. The top plate always is parallel with the table even if you move only one servo. The top plate won't tilt.