Although strain wave, or “harmonic,” gearing can deliver high reduction ratios in a relatively small form factor, it is well known that the technology also impairs the dynamic performance of robot arms due to elastic deformation that occurs even well below the drive’s rated torque.
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Torque density is the ratio of the rated torque of a transmission to its weight. Torque density is an especially critical parameter in robot arm design since the weight of the robot arm actuators become part of a distributed load that needs to be moved and positioned along with the primary robot payload.
Motus Labs LLC, a manufacturer of robot joint actuator and drives for the Service and Industrial robot markets, has successfully closed a self-funded seed round of $1.5 million.
Motus Labs, LLC a manufacturer of robotic drives, is excited to announce the addition of two highly regarded robotic engineers and professors from the University of Texas at Dallas and the University of Texas at Arlington. The Company is honored to have the advisors as part of the Motus founding team and as investors.