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Tanaka, Yutaka Department of Mecliariical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Okayama Univ.
Gofuku, Akio Department of Mecliariical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Okayama Univ. Kaken ID publons researchmap
Fujino, Yuji Murata Seisakusho
The disadvantages of flexible artificial fingers have been improved. The finger is provided with the tactile sense by two types of sensors to detect when the finger tip touches an object and to estimate both the finger force and object size. The rigidity is enhanced by equipping the finger with a reinforcing material similar to that of human bone. A prototype robot hand with four fingers has been manufactured for experiments and mounted on an industrial articulated robot. The effectiveness of the improved robot hand finger was confirmed throughout experimental tests of grasping action
Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/AMC.1996.509337
Published with permission from the copyright holder. This is the institute's copy, as published in Advanced Motion Control, 1996. AMC '96-MIE. Proceedings., 1996 4th International Workshop on, 18-21 March 1996, Vol. 2, Pages 723-728.
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Proceedings of the AMC '96-Mie : 1996 4th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
AMC '96-Mie : 1996 4th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control