Advanced Humanoid Robot Hand

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Provides systematically 22 finger movements

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Advanced Humanoid Robot Hand
Advanced Humanoid Robot Hand

Dexterous Hand from Scramp is an advanced humanoid robot hand that provides systematically 22 finger movements to reproduce the athleticism and flexibility of the human palm. It provides sophisticated controllable power output and movement, enabling high sensitivity to perform a variety of clamping operations. Its flexible clamping surface ensures reliable grip of the object.

Posted on August 25, 2018 - (694 views)
Scramp Robotics GmbH
Am Damm 36a
22175 Hamburg - Germany
+49-40 23644438
+49-40 23644437
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Advanced Humanoid Robot Hand

Provides systematically 22 finger movements

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