@o_lampe

Imagine that I started by trying the Hylite on a machine with two linked polar arms, and also on a Scott-Russel mechanism, extremely light, and which only requires a single guide axis.

These two mechanical formulas share the same limitation: Cartesian coordinates can only be checked, from a non-Cartesian kinematics, for a single point, which poses on the one hand mechanical adjustment problems, to make the nozzle coincide with this theoretical point, and on the other hand prohibits in practice the use of several distinct nozzles on the same mechanism (except at the cost of a significant complication of the calculations).

So I developed the delta version in Hylite, Zatsit, which escapes these limitations, and is more practical and versatile.

But I also have other ideas, with the Hylite! One step at a time!

PS: Three delta-effectors cooperating on the same platform : Tri-Zatsit, as a base !...

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/19/2018 08:55AM by M_Xeno.