Executing a custom motion pattern, whether a single motion axis or with multiple axes is a special topic of mechatronics and robotics as well. In this blog, we explain how ACROME's Hexapod Positioner (aka Stewart Platform) can be used to generate custom motions in 6 DoF space.
Explore the differences and applications of shake tables and Stewart platforms, as well as their unique advantages in motion control and simulation for various industries. Learn how Stewart platforms can be used as an alternative to shake tables in certain applications.
Explore how Prof. Claudia Yaşar utilizes Acrome products in her teaching approach to enhance hands-on engineering learning experiences and prepare students for real-world success.
Discover the world of actuators with our comprehensive guide, actuators are categorized based on motion range and energy source, their applications in various industries, and advantages and disadvantages. Boost your understanding of actuators world!
Using a flight joystick to control a Stewart platform provides intuitive and precise movements, resulting in a more immersive experience. Customizing the joystick's settings is key to achieving desired control levels.
Flying is a movement that human beings cannot do under natural conditions, but they can do with the tools they have invented. Vehicles such as helicopters, and airplanes, are produced for such situations. Although it may seem easy to move at first glance, there are too many factors to be controlled by the pilot to operate/fly these vehicles.
First of all, what is a hexapod? Hexapod is a Latin word that means “six feet”. That means a hexapod robot will consist of 6 actuators that can either be formed like a parallel arm Stewart Platform or legs like the Spider robots.
ACROME’s educational Delta Robot is now open-source thanks to native Python support!
Stewart Pro Platform has 2 new hardware features. These features help the platform to be more durable and more precise!
The Delta Robot is an example of a parallel robot. It has three arms that are joined at the base by universal joints. The usage of parallelograms in the arms, which preserves the end effector's alignment, is the fundamental design element.