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Global Competition has played a major role in the awakening of US industry to the need to improve the understanding and control of their manufacturing processes. Hence, many universities in the US have in recent years...
From the assembly and welding of automobiles to mixing and packaging pharmaceuticals, automated systems, such as robotic workcells, play an essential role in the manufacturing industry. Engineers constantly design,...
Biomimetics, the mimicry of biological systems in engineering and technology, is the focus of work being done at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Here, visitors will find information about biomimetics technologies,...
This is a lesson plan to develop a robot arm using common materials. Students will explore design, construction, teamwork, and materials selection and use. Although stated as suitable for high school students it could...
In this lesson from Math Machines, students will learn about stepper motors and how they are controlled with calculators. SAM (short for Science and Mathematics) is a calculator-controlled stepper motor robot. Students...
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