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This robot helps you lift objects — by looking at your biceps by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 07 2019

This robot helps you lift objects — by looking at your biceps

We humans are very good at collaboration. For instance, when two people work together to carry a heavy object like a table or a sofa, they tend to instinctively coordinate their motions, constantly recalibrating to make sure their hands are at the same height as the other person’s. Copyright Adam Conner-Simons | Rachel Gordon | CSAIL May 22, 2019

Stepper Motors Advantages and Disadvantages by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 07 2019

Stepper Motors Advantages and Disadvantages

This lesson is a continuation of a series of lessons involved with learning about Stepper Motors and Servo Motors. If you haven’t already, please review our previously released lesson on, What is a Stepper Motor and How it works. In this lesson, we will discuss the Stepper Motor Advantages and Disadvantages compared to Servo Motors.

Bad Jokes - Electrical Engineering Edition by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 07 2019

Bad Jokes - Electrical Engineering Edition

Why was the inductor watching the news?

Leadscrew Connections  in Solidworks by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 05 2019

Leadscrew Connections in Solidworks

This short video shows you how to use Solidworks to mate a lead screw with a stepper motor.

Autistic Students Thrive In CNC Machining by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 05 2019

Autistic Students Thrive In CNC Machining

Students with Autism thrive in the world of CNC Machining.

What is a Stepper Motor? by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 04 2019

What is a Stepper Motor?

A stepper motor is one of the most common motors used in motion control applications, primarily positioning applications.

Robots Automating Demanding Industrial Applications by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 04 2019

Robots Automating Demanding Industrial Applications

Handle is a mobile manipulation robot designed for logistics.

How to create acme threads in Solidworks by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 04 2019

How to create acme threads in Solidworks

A simple illustration involving threading an acme screw in Solidworks.