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Basic studies on robot to work in vineyard (Part 1). Manipulator and harvesting hand


Journal of the Japanese Society of Agricultural Machinery 55(6): 85-94
Basic studies on robot to work in vineyard (Part 1). Manipulator and harvesting hand
Trellis training of vines is considered to be more suitable for robot operations than other training systems. A manipulator with 5 degrees of freedom and a harvesting hand were developed based on measurements of the position of grape bunches and the frictional and cutting resistance of the rachises. The manipulator was a polar coordinate type with its extremity controlled to move in a continuous path.


Accession: 002308438



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