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Stanford Arm

This is a model of a 6-dof robot manipulator called the Stanford Arm (designed at Stanford University by Victor Scheinman in 1969). This model helps visualize the manipulator’s motion and each link's Denavit-Hartenberg coordinate system. The simulation outputs the x, y and z components of the position of the origin of the hand coordinate system with respect to the base coordinate system.
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  • model diagram Model diagram of the syatem
  • results Simulation results showing the x, y and z components of the position of the origin of the hand coordinate system with respect to the base coordinate system.
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