The Bracket Pack includes;
- 3 - 120 Degree Bracket (2 pack) 76080-2
- 2 - 90 Degree Bracket (2 pack) 76081-2
- 2 - 135 Degree Bracket (2 pack) 76082-2
- 2 - 96mm Adjustable Flat Bracket (2 pack) 76083-2
- 1 - T Bracket (2 pack) 76084-2
- 1 - X Bracket (2 pack) 76085-2
- 4 - Inside U Bracket (2 pack) 76086-2
- 4 - L Bracket (2 pack) 76087-2
- 4 - Inside L Bracket (2 pack) 76089-2
How to use Studica Robotics Brackets in your robotic design
In robotic design, brackets are used to connect and support different parts of the robot. They can be used to attach the robot's limbs to its body, connect motors to the robot's frame, and hold other components in place.
To use brackets in robotic design, first identify the parts of the robot that need to be connected or supported. Then, choose the appropriate type of bracket for the job. Common types of brackets used in robotics include L-brackets, T-brackets, and angle brackets.
Once you have selected the right type of bracket, attach it to the robot's frame using screws or bolts. Make sure to use the correct size and type of fastener, and to secure the bracket firmly in place.
It's also important to consider the weight and movement of the parts being supported by the bracket, as well as any potential stresses or forces that the bracket may be subjected to. This will help ensure that the bracket is strong enough to support the load and won't fail or break under normal operating conditions.
Overall, using brackets in robotic design is a key way to connect and support different parts of the robot, and to ensure that the robot is strong and stable. By carefully selecting the right type of bracket and attaching it properly, you can help ensure that your robot performs well and operates reliably.