Robotic Assemblies Based on IPMC Actuators
Technology is progressing very fast and it renders us an assisting robotic hand in all the domains of life. Robotics for assembly automation is a proven way to reduce costs with improved speed and accuracy while handling automated assembly tasks. This chapter deals with the application of IPMC in robotic assemblies, their functionality and categories. Its also reveals the inevitability and significance of IPMC in this imminent robotic assistance field.
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