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|Title:||LOW COST TACTILE GRIPPER USING SILICONE RUBBER SENSOR ARRAY.||Authors:||Lim, Kah-Bin
|Issue Date:||Jan-1988||Citation:||Lim, Kah-Bin,Chong, Yoon-Song (1988-01). LOW COST TACTILE GRIPPER USING SILICONE RUBBER SENSOR ARRAY.. Robotica 6 (pt 1) : 23-30. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||A low cost tactile sensor using commercially available conductive silicone rubber has been developed. It comprises a two dimensional array arranged in 3 mm centre-to-centre distance. Each sensor element has a zero-force resistance of about 0. 3 kohm and it has a logarithmic characteristic curve of resistance versus force. An 8 multiplied by 8 prototype tactile sensor array over an area of 3 cm multiplied by 3 cm has been fabricated and mounted on the gripper of a robot for testing and evaluation. The associated software has also been developed. The limitations of the sensor are also discussed.||Source Title:||Robotica||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/58436||ISSN:||02635747|
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