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Michael Miranda

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29 Nov 2010 Screenshot Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda inverse kinematics, robotic, arm, biotech, control design 43 3
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24 Mar 2011 Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda

Always require an electronic interface between the PC and the servo motor. There are some electronic circuits for serial and parallel port pc, but the complexity suggests the use of microcontroller. I can suggest you use arduino, there is very helpful and easy programming.
Arduino is connected to pc via USB (virtual serial port) and a serial port in matlab. www.arduino.cc

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10 Dec 2013 Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda flores pozo, luis

01 Mar 2013 Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda patel, jatin

There is an error in code.
what should I take as P1 as it is not defined in program??
thank you,
Jatin Patel

24 Mar 2011 Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda Miranda, Michael

Always require an electronic interface between the PC and the servo motor. There are some electronic circuits for serial and parallel port pc, but the complexity suggests the use of microcontroller. I can suggest you use arduino, there is very helpful and easy programming.
Arduino is connected to pc via USB (virtual serial port) and a serial port in matlab. www.arduino.cc

23 Mar 2011 Inverse kinematics for a 3DOF robot arm. Authors: Michael Miranda and Renato Salinas Find the spatial location and angle of each axis articulator. Author: Michael Miranda khoo, fremond

excuse me author..

i would like to ask a question as this is very much urgent for me..please help me out here..

now i need to program both of my stepper motor to move to a desired position without the help of a microcontroller..is that possible with just using matlab GUI??..

thanks a lot in advance

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