DESIGN OF A 3D-PRINTED THREE-CLAW ROBOTIC GRIPPER END-EFFECTOR
Keywords:3D-printed materials, Three-claw gripper
AbstractThe development of a novel 3D-printed three-claw robotic gripper shall be described in this paper with the goal of incorporating various design considerations. Such considerations include the grip reliability and stability, grip force maximization, wide object grasping capability. Modularization of its components is another consideration that allows its parts to be easily machined and reusable. The design was realized by 3D printing using a combination of tough polylactic acid (PLA) material and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) material. In practice, additional tolerances were also considered for 3D printing of materials to compensate for possible expansion or shrinkage of the materials used to achieve the required functionality. The aim of the study is to explore the design and eventually deploy the three-claw robotic gripper to an actual robotic arm once its metal work fabrication is finished.
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Ligutan, D. D. F. ., Bandala, A. A. ., Española, J. L. ., Tan Ai, R. J. C. ., Vicerra, R. R. P. ., & Dadios, E. J. P. . (2021). DESIGN OF A 3D-PRINTED THREE-CLAW ROBOTIC GRIPPER END-EFFECTOR. ASEAN Engineering Journal, 11(4), 70-79. https://doi.org/10.11113/aej.v11.17865