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000054930 245__ $$aMicro manipulation by adhesion with two collaborating mobile micro robots
000054930 269__ $$a2005
000054930 260__ $$c2005
000054930 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000054930 520__ $$aA micro manipulation platform consisting of two cubic centimeter sized micro robots each with four degrees of freedom has been developed. This paper discusses four different strategies of manipulation by adhesion for grasping, transferring and releasing a micro object. For each strategy, the interacting forces have been modeled and the results are compared with the real behavior of ø 40 µm pollen micro spheres that are manipulated with the developed micro robots. Both theoretical model and experimental results show that the developed micro robots and the proposed strategies are well suited for the manipulation of the proposed micro objects.
000054930 6531_ $$a[HPR-MR]
000054930 6531_ $$arobotics
000054930 6531_ $$amicroengineering
000054930 6531_ $$amicro robotics
000054930 6531_ $$apiezoelectric actuators
000054930 6531_ $$astick-slip actuators
000054930 6531_ $$amicro manipulation
000054930 6531_ $$aadhesion
000054930 700__ $$aDriesen, W.
000054930 700__ $$aVaridel, T.
000054930 700__ $$aRégnier, S.
000054930 700__ $$0241133$$g104634$$aBreguet, J.-M.
000054930 773__ $$j15$$tJournal of Micromechanics and Microengineering$$k10$$qS259-S267
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