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robotic arm operate as described before, but in addition, each function and the time elapsed are recorded into a script file. The script file can contain up to 99 separate functions, including pauses. The script file itself can be replayed 99 times. Writing different script files allows one to experiment with computer-controlled automation and animatronics. The Windows 95/98 program operation is described in more detail later on. The Windows program is included in the robotic arm interface kit or may be downloaded at no cost from the Internet at http://www.imagesco.com. In addition to the Windows program, the arm can be operated using BASIC or QBASIC. A DOS-level program is included on the disks that come with the interface kit. However, the DOS program only allows interactive function using the computer keyboard (see BASIC listing on one of the disks). Script file creation is not available in the DOSlevel program. However, if one knows how to program in BASIC, the arm may be programmed to perform a sequence of motions similar to the script files created in the Windows program. The motion sequence may be repeated, as is done in many animatronics.
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The robotic arm (see Fig. 15.1) can move freely in three axes of motion. The elbow joint can move vertically (up or down) through an arc of approximately 135 degrees. The shoulder joint moves the gripper forward and back through a 120 degree arc. The arm can turn clockwise (CW) or counterclockwise (CCW) from the base approximately 350 degrees. The gripper portion of the robotic arm can grasp and release small objects up to 2" in diameter and finally can rotate the gripper section approximately 340 degrees at the wrist. The OWI Robotic Arm Trainer uses five small direct current (DC) motors to produce motion. The motors provide a wire control to the robotic arm. Wire control means that each robotic function (and hence DC motor) is controlled by a wire (electric power). Each of the five DC motors controls a robotic arm function. The wire control makes it possible to build a controller unit for the arm that will respond to electrical signals. This simplifies the task of interfacing the robotic arm to a PC printer port. The arm is made from lightweight plastic. Most of the stress-bearing parts are also made of plastic. The DC motors used in the robotic arm are small, high revolutions per minute (rpm), low-torque motors. To increase the motor s torque, each motor is connected to a gearbox. The motor-gearbox assemblies are used inside the
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construction of the robotic arm. While the gearbox increases the motor s torque, the robotic arm is not capable of lifting or moving a great amount of weight. The maximum recommended lifting capacity is 4.6 ounces (oz) [130 grams (g)]. The robotic arm kit components have been thoughtfully laid out for kit builders (see Fig. 15.2). If you carefully follow the directions in the robotic arm construction booklet, construction will proceed smoothly. To help you, some of the assembly work is already completed. For instance, the five DC motors come with the gearboxes already assembled and connected to the DC motors (see Fig. 15.3). This helps move the construction along. In a few hours, you have an operational robotic arm.
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To understand the basic function of wire control, let s see how digital signals can control a single DC motor. Controlling a DC motor requires two complementary transistors. One transistor is a PNP type and the other is an NPN type. Each transistor functions like a switch, controlling the current to the DC motor. The current direction controlled by each transistor is opposite to that of the other transistor. The direction of the current controls the direction the motor spins, CW or CCW. Figure 15.4 is a test circuit that you may build before building the robotic arm interface. Notice that if both transistors are turned off, the motor is off. Only
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