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The construction of a human-type hand, grasping mechanism begins with a trip to a toy store. The toy needed is called an Awesome Arm, made by Zima Company in China (see Fig. 16.17). You will need to purchase two Awesome Arms to get enough fingers. The thumb on the toy is fixed and cannot be used.
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The toy works by allowing the users to use their own fingers to actuate fingers on a robotic hand, something like a hand or arm extension. We will scavenge the main component out of this toy to make an inexpensive android hand. When you turn the arm over, there are five small screws that hold the hand together. Remove the screws and the arm section will come apart (see Fig. 16.18). Remove the finger section of the toy (see Fig. 16.19). Discard the rest of the components. The rectangular boxes on the finger pulls are where people place their fingers to use the extension hand. We won t be needing them, so cut them off using wire cutters, leaving a long plastic stem.
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16.17 Awesome arm manufactured by Zima Company sixteen
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16.18 Opposite side of arm, where screws are removed
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16.19 Finger pulls salvaged from arm
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We need to build a substructure to support all the components. I began by tracing the outline of my right hand on paper. Then I shaded in a form that would become the support structure (see Fig. 16.20). The shaded area was cut from 1/8"-thick aluminum plate. The fingers must be secured to the end of the plate. To do so, first mark the position on the support aluminum. Next, place a small aluminum plate 1/2" wide 1/8" thick right behind the plastic back of the fingers (see Fig. 16.21). This forms a back plate for the finger base to rest against. Drill three holes through the two aluminum plates, and fasten the small plate in position using a few machine screws and nuts. Secure a top aluminum plate 1/8" 1/2" to the top of the finger base. Drill four holes through the top plate and support plate as shown by the screw positions in Fig. 16.22. Four 1"-long machine screws and nuts secure the top plate in position. These machine screws serve a dual purpose. First, they secure the top plate that locks the fingers onto the support plate. Second, they will hold a rubber band to provide tension for the air muscle. With the fingers secured to the support plate, we need to attach an air muscle to each finger. In order for the air muscle to provide a
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16.20 Outline of hand and aluminum support
useful contraction, it must be stretched. Loop a rubber band through the air muscle. Then remove the first of the four 1"-long screws securing the top plate. Place the looped ends of the rubber band where the screw passes through the top plate. Replace the screw, threading it through the looped ends and through the top plate holes, and then secure it with a nut (see Figs. 16.23 and 16.24). Pull back the air muscle until it s fully extended. Mark the end of the air muscle. Drill a hole on the mark, and place the machine screw and nut there. Place the end loop of the air muscle over the machine screw to hold the air muscle in an extended position (see Fig. 16.25). Now drill a small hole in the plastic section of the finger pull. The small hole should line up with the front loop of the air muscle. The hole must just be large enough to allow a double strand of magnetic wire to pass through it. You can substitute bare 22-gauge solid copper wire for magnetic wire.
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Drill small hole here for magnetic wire
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