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The Design, Practical Realization and the Programming of a Didactical MB-UGV-1 Mini Crawler Robot Prototype for Engineering Operations

Published Online: 06 Jul 2022
Volume & Issue: Volume 28 (2022) - Issue 3 (June 2022)
Page range: 63 - 70
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Abstract

The authors of this scientific paper would like to highlight some didactic-applied contributions regarding the design and the programming of an MB-UGV-1 robotic technological tracked product intended for engineering missions. The following aspects are highlighted: the presentation of the main organological elements from the mechanical structure of the tracked mini-robot, aspects regarding the command and programming elements of the technological product, the advantages and the disadvantages it has. The originality of this paper consists in the following elements: the manner of assembling the organological elements on the mechanical structure of the product, the writing of a program specific to and necessary for the mobility of each degree of freedom associated with the mechanism generating trajectories, the possibility of implementing the mini-robot in didactical applications.

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