Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of Hand/280/HardwareSetupSettings


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May 30, 2013, 3:29:44 PM (7 years ago)
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    2628'''Figure 9 - Screw the ring onto the base of the hand.'''
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    32 '''Figure 10 - Plug the cable into your preferred configuration. If using the bottom port, tighten screws to lock cable'''
     37'''Figure 10 - Plug the cable into your preferred configuration. If using the bottom port, tighten screws to lock cable. IMPORTANT - make sure you have followed Step 2 of the initial configuration instructions (top of page) to let the hand know which port to draw power from, side or bottom.'''
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    45521. If attaching cable to underside of hand, use the 2-mm hex wrench to open fingers 1, 2, & 3 (see [htdocs:bhand/280/figure26.png here]). Spread fingers to roughly 120 degrees and rest the unit on its fingertips.
    46531. If attaching cable to underside of hand, then use a screwdriver to tighten the retainer screws on each side of the connector.
     541. IMPORTANT - make sure you have followed Step 2 of the initial configuration instructions (top of page) to let the hand know which port to draw power from, side or bottom.
    47551. Ziptie the !BarrettHand™ Cable across the cable clip to provide strain relief
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    5159=== Robot-Arm Adapter ===
    52 Like the Lexan Bench Stand, the Robot Arm Adapter is made to secure the !BarrettHand™ in place and to provide strain relief to the Hand cable as shown in Figure 9.  The Arm Adapter is fabricated for the tool-plate of your specific robot arm and is designed for low-profile, rigidity, and low weight.
     60Like the Aluminum Bench Stand, the Robot Arm Adapter is made to secure the !BarrettHand™ in place and to provide strain relief to the Hand cable as shown in Figure 9.  The Arm Adapter is fabricated for the tool-plate of your specific robot arm and is designed for low-profile, rigidity, and low weight.
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    54 To mount your !BarrettHand™ on a robot, bolt the arm adapter onto the tool-plate bolt circle, located at the end tip of the robot arm.  Next, insert the threaded base of the !BarrettHand™ through the hole in the arm adapter shown in Figure 9 aligning the indexing tab on the arm adapter to the mating alignment slot on the !BarrettHand™. 
    55 Secure the !BarrettHand™ by threading the locking ring (included with your system) onto the base of the !BarrettHand™.  Note that, depending on the details of your robot arm, you may need to loosen the locking ring when installing the Hand cable the next Section.
     62To mount your !BarrettHand™ on a robot, bolt the arm adapter onto the tool-plate bolt circle, located at the end tip of the robot arm.  Fit the !BarrettHand™ onto the projecting pins on the Robot-Arm Adapter, and secure the !BarrettHand™ by threading the locking ring (included with your system) onto the base of the !BarrettHand™.  Note that, depending on the details of your robot arm, you may need to loosen the locking ring when installing the Hand cable in the next Section.
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