From "macro" to "micro" manipulation: models and experiments

  title={From "macro" to "micro" manipulation: models and experiments},
  author={Arianna Menciassi and Anna Eisinberg and Ivano Izzo and Paolo Dario},
  journal={IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics},
This paper addresses various problems related to manipulation in the micro domain, a field which is increasingly important for research and application. Grasping and manipulating parts with size ranging between a few micrometers and about 1 millimeter (defined in this paper as "micro parts") are required for an increasing number of applications: the assembly of micro systems and micro machines; and the operation in tiny and unpredictable environments, such as for inspection and interventions in… CONTINUE READING
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