T1R2-type spatial parallel manipulators

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Part of the Solid Mechanics and Its Applications book series (SMIA, volume 183)

Abstract

T1R1-type spatial parallel manipulators (SPMs) are used in many applications that require a unidirectional translation and the orientation of a body in space with two (2R) independent rotations of the mobile platform about a fixed point. Such parallel mechanisms are useful in automated assembling, contour machining, material handling, micromanipulation, deployable tools, telescopes, antennas, guns or solar panels.

Keywords

Parallel Mechanism Revolute Joint Parallel Robot Spherical Joint Parallel Solution 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut Français de Mécanique Avancée, LaMIAubière CedexFrance

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