# Georgia Tech Digital Fabrication Lab (DFL)
Supervised by: Dr. Russell Gentry
A group of three or more cable robot axes that will be ganged together to move the end- effector. A central computer, networked to the microcontrollers, instructs the individual axes to move and ensures that the actions are synchronized. The inverse kinematics of the CSPR is managed by the central computer. Our first generation prototype includes gear-reduction stepper motor, motor controller, Arudino MEGA with Ethernet shield, pinch roller assembly, and encoder. One of the goals of such development is large-scale 3D Printing and assembly applications.
Category: #Robotic Automation #Electronics
2016 - Present