Project Developments

Each of the three teams is now working within the confines of three distinct types of robotic arm operations: weaving, stab-and-place (aka pick-and-place), and wire cutting.  In this case their design machines are custom tools/fixtures that fasten to the end of the arm, and work in conjunction with their operations.  Next week we’re moving into full production mode, during which time each team will work with the robotic arm at Radlab to fabricate their projects.  This past week the class met at the MIT Media Lab to go over their most current developments, and Peter Schmitt was generous enough to show the students around the lab, and give a presentation of his work.

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