Architecture of a Micromanipulation Station.

Abstract : The moste important requirements for manipulation are : - a system designed for the prehension of objects ; - a robotic system to produce relative motion between the object to be manipulated ; - a prehension organ for object manipulation ; - a support structure. In the specific case of micromanipulation, the small dimensions of the objects leads to specific constraints which will be encountered throughout all stages of the study and implementations of a micromanipulation station.
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Joël Agnus, Mehdi Boukallel, Cédric Clévy, Soukalo Dembélé, Stéphane Régnier. Architecture of a Micromanipulation Station.. Microrobotics for Micromanipulation., ISTE Ltd and John Wiley & Sons, Inc, pp.243-334, 2010, ISTE/WILEY. ⟨hal-00547420⟩



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