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van Velden, Joran (author)
In this study, a promising design for a compact, ultra-linear Compliant Torsion Reinforced Sarrus mechanism (CORS), capable of achieving ultra-linear motion is presented. The CORS prototype, made entirely of aluminum, is produced monolithically using electric discharge machining (EDM). The design incorporates four torsion-reinforced folded leaf...
master thesis 2024
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Huijsmans, Tom (author)
The exploration of compliant mechanisms, especially those providing linear motion, has become a central focus in recent engineering research. These mechanisms, characterized by their monolithic bodies and reduced component interactions, present an attractive alternative to traditional rigid mechanisms, having reduced friction, decreased energy...
master thesis 2023
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Colin, Flip (author)
Flexure mechanisms are widely utilized in precision mechanisms, but their practical use is limited by three major factors, namely restricted range of motion, parasitic motion, and significant reduction in support stiffness when deflected. To address this limitation, in this research the potential of variable thickness flexures in minimizing the...
master thesis 2023
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Meinders, Naut (author)
There is a constant drive to make the next generation machines in the semiconductor industry more precise and faster. For this machines with a high repeatability, good dynamics and long lifetime are needed. Compliant mechanisms are suitable candidates to be used in this kind of machines because they can be manufactured monolithically, don’t wear...
master thesis 2021
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