At last! The nuts and bolts of building robotics. . .MECHANICAL DEVICES FOR THE ELECTRONICS EXPERIMENTER Here's the book electronics experimenters have been waiting for. . .a how-to book for designing and fabricating the mechnical devices for motion and positioning in robotic applications--as well as others. Filled with easy-to-understand illustrations, this unique guide describes in detail how to: design robot propulsion systems; fabricate components for pneumatic systems; design simple hydraulic systems and motor controller circuits; design and fabricate solenoids, gear trains and cams; adapt parts and components for use in electronics experiments. Harness the use of electromechanical forces with plenty of practical advice and applicable theoretical information. Explore the possiblities of ingenious invention. . .
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Book Description McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070535469