The history of robotic arms is long and rich. Let's tak […]
The history of robotic arms is long and rich. Let's take a look at where the robotic arms start and see how these machines will develop in the future.Today, we use robotic arms for various operations, from building computer motherboards to assisting in open-heart surgery. We have come a long way since the incarnation of the first robot arm.
When they first appeared on the market in 1954, these arms were controlled by electronic servo motors, programmed with paper tape, and could only execute basic commands. Let's look at the history of robotic arms and the future direction of the technology.
The concept of a robotic arm is not a new concept. Its history can be traced back to the late 1400s. In the 1950s, when researchers studied Leonardo’s notebooks, they found sketches and sketches of everything from robotic arms to complete humanoid statues that could theoretically be manipulated using the clockwork technique of the time.
These devices use pulleys, weights and gears to provide semi-autonomous movement that has existed for hundreds of years. In 2002, based on Leonardo’s blueprint, the prototype of the robotic knight proved this concept-the knight can walk and wave without operator intervention.
The automotive industry is not the only application of robotic arms. In 1963, researchers at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital developed the Rancho Arm to help patients with limited mobility. It is the first mechanical arm controlled by a computer and is equipped with six joints that can move like a human arm.
From the original design of Da Vinci to the advanced robotics technology widely used today, the history of robotic arms is long and varied. Currently, robots are roaming the surfaces of the planets in our solar system, collecting data that can improve our knowledge of the universe in the coming years.
The applications of these robotic arms will continue to grow and develop, and our imagination will only limit their potential applications. We can't wait to know the future direction of this technology!
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