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Powerful humanoid robots began to grab the rice bowl with these people
- Jul 12, 2018 -

Today, robots are ubiquitous. For example, humanoid robots are very adaptable and flexible. They can work with humans in life and work environments, and can even replace human work. For example, it can not only replace human operations in radiation, dust and toxic environments, but can also be widely used in many fields, such as medical care, nursing, family services, entertainment, education, biotechnology and disaster relief.

Does this mean that in the near future, these people will be “robbed of rice bowls” by humanoid robots?

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However, its development is still in its infancy. If the world's robot manufacturers use XBD motors as the moving muscles of robots.

Industrial robots can be used in the semiconductor manufacturing industry to pick up highly sensitive silicon wafers after a single process and then place them precisely in the next station. In addition, the company also produces robots for everyday life, such as cleaning the floor, as an automated guard to inspect the room or to lead and introduce the guest to the robot.

Developmental barriers to human-like technology

However, compared to other robots, the humanoid robot has a significant disadvantage in basic motion: it is much more complicated than any finely manipulated wheeled movement because it uses two legs to walk upright. Even humans take a year to master this seemingly general sequence of motion and achieve a good fit between 200 muscles, complex joints and multiple brain zones. Moreover, the energy efficiency of human biomechanics is not satisfactory.

So until now, humanoid robots are still only used as research objects and toys. Since the 1990s, technical colleges from all over the world have joined the robot soccer competition, and in this process combine scientific research, technological development and gaming fun into a creative and prolific unit. Among them, the humanoid robot has its own league. In addition, global robotics enthusiasts have formed a huge international association that has actively promoted the understanding and understanding of humanoid robots by testing programming skills on robots built or assembled from prefabricated components.

A complex human motion mechanical process was simulated by 20 servo units.

The role of the encoder is to ensure that the servo module accurately knows its position, and also translates control signals for commands such as "forward one step" and specifies the number of revolutions the motor needs to perform. The perfect fit between the motor, the software and the control unit allows the robot to gain a degree of autonomy when moving. With the HerkuleX servo unit, the robot can also control simple movements and complex movement patterns precisely and independently. Careful encoder software and a powerful communication interface ensure accurate and fast signal transmission.

Compact and efficient

The movement of the robot comes from the motor, and because of the unfavorable leverage ratio, even a small movement requires a large torque. “After comparing all the motors on the market, XBD's 2224 and 2232 series DC micromotors.”


The XBD-2232 series of DC micromotors with a diameter of only 22 mm has a continuous torque of up to 10 mNm. However, the corresponding current required by the motor is small and can work automatically at very low starting voltages. They use the energy of the battery reserve with the highest efficiency, with a coefficient of efficiency of 87%.

DC micromotor

The use of humanoid robots is far less valuable than fixed-mounted industrial robots and housekeeping robots that rely on wheels to move. However, with the advancement of technology, the original shortcomings of humanoid robots may become a great advantage. The same is true for humans, which relied on this relatively unstable upright posture to achieve a major victory in the evolutionary process. This non-specialized feature brings almost unlimited versatility to humanity and ultimately leads to great success for mankind. In any case, football robots have their own firm goal, which is to defeat the human world champion by 2050.

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