The world’s smallest robot developed packaging and lifting equipment

Harvard: A small robot designed to help people packing and carrying goods. Only 20 mm elevated ‘Miley Delta’ robots can do a lot of work. It can open the arm and close the arm, lift the luggage and make your arms very fast. Delta robots are generally used for luggage, packing, and other works in assembly lines of car parks, as well as “mile delta”, can do all the work on a scale and can also be used for microsurgery. Is.

Earlier in 2011, the same team had developed flat-proof fiber technology for making small robots which were named Popup Micro Electromechanical System (MMS) manufacturing. Then another robot was built and now the Delta Delta has come. Experts say that reducing the robots gives great benefits. On one side they get better, fast and faster, so many materials can be used on their behalf.Harvard a small robot designed to help people packing and carrying goods. Only 20 mm elevated ‘Miley Delta’ robots can do a lot of work. It can open the arm and close the arm, lift the luggage and make your arms very fast.

Delta robots are generally used for luggage, packing, and other works in assembly lines of car parks, as well as “mile delta”, can do all the work on a scale and can also be used for microsurgery.Earlier in 2011, the same team had developed flat-proof fiber technology for making small robots which were named Popup Micro Electromechanical System (MMS) manufacturing. Then another robot was built and now the Delta Delta has come.

Experts say that reducing the robots gives great benefits. On one side they get better, fast and faster, so many materials can be used on their behalf. Says Robert Vad, Chief Engineer, who created it. “This robot is 15 mm long, wide and 20 mm high, while it can work in 7 cubic mm area. Its folds are very flexible while it can work up to 5-micron accuracy.The robot also has electric power capabilities – it is generated by electricity. Pizzo electric acoustic enables it to rotate at a speed of 15 to 20 times faster than normal delta robots.

According to experts, it can also be used for microsurgery and other important tasks. Another member of this team, Fatima Zenab, said that it is capable of overthrowing the human hands. Says Robert Vad, Chief Engineer, who created it. “This robot is 15 mm long, wide and 20 mm high, while it can work in 7 cubic mm area. Its folds are very flexible while it can work up to 5-micron accuracy. The robot also has electric power capabilities – it is generated by electricity. Pizzo electric acoustic enables it to rotate at a speed of 15 to 20 times faster than normal delta robots.mAccording to experts, it can also be used for microsurgery and other important tasks. Another member of this team, Fatima Zenab, said that it is capable of overthrowing the human hands.

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