Onal, Cagdas Denizel
Today, 2.6 million industrial robots have been deployed for applications worldwide, allowing us to produce, sort, and create products faster. The goal of this MQP is to develop a modular robotic arm with N-links that can position its end effector in a 3D task space regarding of the number of links attached. It is also a priority that the arm is fault-tolerant and can be removed and attached in real-time without requiring a reboot. The results of this project show a detailed evaluation for the modular robotic arm that verifies that the arm would operate as predicted if it were fully constructed.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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Electrical and Computer Engineering