Engineering >> Computer Science & EngineeringTeleroboticsby Bradley Updyke
Submitted : Spring 2011 For this project they were finding the position of the endeffector given certain lengths and angles. Using the positions of each piece of the robotic arm, lengths, and angles, they created equations to find the position of the endeffector based on the angles. Then they found an area of no touch zone for the endeffector. Using the standard position equation for an ellipse, they created equations using x and y positions; theta one, theta two, and theta three. From my results they found that the position of the endeffector is based on the angles (theta one,theta two, theta three) because the lengths of the arm don’t change. The area of no touch zone for the endeffector, I don’t think will ever be a factor unless theta two is negative and theta one is positive.
