Designing and Assembling an Artificial Tendon Attachment Mechanism for the Quadruped Robot

Title of Internship Talk

Designing and Assembling an Artificial Tendon Attachment Mechanism for the Quadruped Robot

Student Information

Clara Margaret Cywinski

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Primary Mentor

Ben Bolen

Mentor Organization

Portland State University

Internship Title

Biomimetic Robotics

Internship Dates

Summer 2022

Presentation Date

8-11-2022

Talk Description

On a biomimetic quadruped robot, the attachment for the strings (which function as artificial tendons) was slipping, so this presentation details the way I fixed that problem. This includes learning Solidworks, 3D printing, and the engineering design process to collaboratively create a working method. While the focus of the presentation is the string attachment project, it also goes through a side project I did to learn solidworks and talks about an international conference on biomimetics and soft robotics.

Designing and Assembling an Artificial Tendon Attachment Mechanism for the Quadruped Robot

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