The Bi-handed Cyton Gamma 300 includes two arms, each based on the Cyton Gamma 300. With 14 degrees of freedom in joint motion plus a pair of actuated two-finger grippers, it can lift payloads twice as heavy as the Cyton Gamma 300.
Bi-handed humanoid manipulators have the property of redundancy and bifurcation which enables placement of multiple hands at a desired position and orientation within its workspace in an unlimited number of ways. Combined with Energid's Actin-SE, the new generation Cyton can perform advanced control optimization techniques by exploiting the property of redundancy and bifurcation.
Mechanical Structure: 14 DOF plus two grippers, with all axes independent. All axes can be controlled simultaneously. Pitching actions have integrated load balancing springs. Key joints have additional planetary ball bearing support.
Actuators: High quality digital servos with 4096 count encoders.
The Bi-Handed Cyton Gamma 300 comes with an SE version of Energid's peerless Actin visualization, reasoning, and control software, allowing the Bi-Handed Cyton Gamma 300 to perform advanced operations by exploiting its many degrees of freedom. Includes coordinated lift and inherent self-collision avoidance. With built-in networking software, it can be controlled remotely through a local area network or over the Internet.
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