Have you ever seen a car lifted into the air at an auto repair place? Have you ever wondered how an elevator can lift a load of people up into the air? Well, the answer is hydraulic systems.Hydraulic systems use a liquid, usually oil, to transmit force. This system works on the same principles as other mechanical systems and trades force for distance.They help users perform tasks that they would not have the strength to do without the help of hydraulic machinery. They are able to perform tasks that involve large amounts of weight with seemingly little effort.
Now it's your turn to show your intelligence in creating a similar model of hydraulic system i.e a hydraulic arm
Create your own models of hydraulic arm and participate in our event at
TECHNOZION 2019 ,
Here is a link for making of above model :-
1) The hydraulic arm must have 5 degree of freedom.
2) Maximum stretch radius of the robotic arm should be less than 1 meter.
3. Any liquid can be used in the construction of robotic arm
4. Ready-made models are not allowed
It is a simple round in which we attach a chalk to the robotic arm and allow it to draw it’s maximum limits (draw an arc with maximum stretch and minimum compression in the arm)
In this round participates are given caps of the bottels and bottels are paased through a conveyor belt.Your task is to close the bottles with the caps before it leaves the conveyor belt.
In this stage your task is to solve a maze with your robotic arm ,the maze we give has a rod which is free to slide along maze route and at the end point of the maze we have opening at which the rod can be removed.
Your task is to remove the rod from the maze using robotic arm
We see the maximum area covered by the robotic it is based on:
1. Maximum stretch radius of arm
2. Minimum compression radius of arm
3. Maximum swing angle
We see how many bottles can be capped and how accurately you close the bottle
It is based on how fast you remove the rod from the maze.