3 Technical Styles of Agricultural Robots

The technical style includes an end effectors, manipulator, and gripper. Several aspects must be considered in the style of the manipulator, such as the process, economic performance, and required movements and that is what our CRB Tech reviews is all about. The end effectors impact the industry value of the fruits and the gripper's style is based on the plants that are being collected.

End effectors

End effectors in a farming software is the product found at the end of the automatic arm, used for various farming functions. Several different kinds of end effectors have been designed. In a farming function such as vineyard in Asia, end effectors are used for growing, berry-thinning, treating, and getting. Each was designed according to the characteristics of the process and the style of the focus on fruits. For example, the end effectors used for growing were designed to understand, cut, and force the bundles of vineyard.


The gripper is a learning device that is used for growing the focus on vegetation. Style of the gripper is based on convenience, low price, and efficiency. Thus, design and style usually includes two technical fingertips that are able to move in synchrony when executing their process. Details of design and style rely on the process that is being conducted. For example, in a process that required vegetation to be cut for growing, the gripper was prepared with a distinct knife.


The manipulator allows the gripper and end effector to get around through their environment. The manipulator includes four-bar similar links that maintain the gripper's position and size. The manipulator also can utilize one, two, or three air-driven actuators. Pneumatic actuators are engines which produce straight line and turning movement by transforming compacted air into energy. The pnuematic actuator is the most effective actuator for farming spiders because of its high power-weight rate. The most affordable design for the manipulator is the single actuator settings, yet this is the least versatile option. We hope our reviews in CRB tech are interesting for you.

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