Robotic Actuators

An actuator is defined as a tool that converts energy (in robotics that tends to be electrical) into physical motion. The overwhelming majority of actuators produce either linear or rotational motion. For example, D.C motor is thus, a kind of actuator.


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  • Comparison of the political economy of Metal Additive producing Processes for Micro-scale Plate Reactors in the Chemical Process Industry
  • Simulation of Layer-by-Layer Selective optical device Melting method with an economical Remising Technique

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