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Mechanisms and Robotics

Mechanisms and Robotics

Mechanisms and Robotics

Hi All,
Could you please suggest any good books on Mechanisms and Robotics to start with. With suitable practical applications

Thanks in advance.

RE: Mechanisms and Robotics


What is your background? Do you have a degree in mechanical or electrical engineering, or are you a home hobbyist?


RE: Mechanisms and Robotics

"Suitable practical applications"? Are you asking us to list applications suitable to robots? How much time do you have...

Dan - Owner

RE: Mechanisms and Robotics

as a general hobbyist, maybe you can start from YouTube.


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