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Parts Qualification Projects

QP-NB commissioned a PPH15-process evaluation from UMS (United Monolithic Semiconductor). In the course of this task, the PPH-15 process attained qualification level according to the ESCC-evaluation-d...
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Mechatronics of David

David is an anthropomorphic robot developed at DLR using variable stiffness actuators (VSA). It is intended to approach its human archetype in size, weight, and performance. The focus of the developme...
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Computed Tomography (CT)

Computed tomography is providing a deep insight into the inner structure of materials and structural parts. Beside the possibility of non-destructive evaluation, the main benefit of this method is the...
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DLR Light-Weight Robot III

The LWR III represents the third generation of light-weight robots developed at the DLR Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics. Like its predecessors it has an outstanding load-to-weight ratio of 1:1....
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DLR Light-Weight Robot II (2000)

The DLR Light-Weight Robot II, firstly presented at the 2000 Hanover Fair, offered an until then unmatched ratio of payload to total mass. It could move a payload of 7 kg at full speed but weighed onl...
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