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Bill Dukette
Dukette William J: Sensor responsive cybernetics machine. American Associated Cybernetics, November 6, 1973: US3770140 (25 worldwide citation)

A machine for locating, engaging and moving an article located on a work surface. The machine includes a head movable in vertical, lateral and thrust axes, sensors along each such axis and programmer means for selectively sensitizing selected sensors to stop said head at selected positions along eac ...


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Bill Dukette
Dukette William J: Sensor responsive cybernetics machine. American Associated Cybernetics, Michaelsen Alfred L, July 22, 1975: US3895729 (3 worldwide citation)

A machine for locating, engaging and moving an article located on a work surface. The machine includes a head movable in vertical, lateral and thrust axes, sensors along each such axis and programmer means for selectively sensitizing selected sensors to stop said head at selected positions along eac ...


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Michael Barrington Wood
Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington: System and method for precise real-time control of position and orientation of tooling. Goldwing Nominees, Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington, GOLJA HAINES 35 Wickham Street East Perth Western Australia 6004, March 5, 2009: WO/2009/026641 (2 worldwide citation)

A platform (204) supporting a raisable and pivotable robotic arm having a coarse positioning robotic arm (206) and at least one fine positioning robotic arm (210) is provided. The robotic arm is provided with apparatus for precise real-time measurement and control of the approximate position and ori ...


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Michael Barrington Wood
Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington: System and method for precise real-time measurement of a target position and orientation relative to a base position, and control thereof. Goldwing Nominees, Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington, GOLJA HAINES 35 Wickham Street East Perth Western Australia 6004, March 5, 2009: WO/2009/026642 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for precise real-time measurement or measurement and control of the position and orientation of a target (105) relative to the position of a base (102) is disclosed. The base (102) has a distance sensor (101) with angle encoders arranged to send a beam to the target (105) to measure dis ...


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Michael Barrington Wood
Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington: An automated brick laying system for constructing a building from a plurality of bricks. Goldwing Nominees, Pivac Mark Joseph, Wood Michael Barrington, GOLJA HAINES 35 Wickham Street East Perth Western Australia 6004, July 12, 2007: WO/2007/076581 (1 worldwide citation)

An automated brick laying system (10) for constructing a building from a plurality of bricks (16) comprises a robot (12) provided with a brick laying and adhesive applying head (18), a measuring system (13), and a controller (14) that provides control data to the robot (12) to lay the bricks (16) at ...


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Michael Barrington Wood
PIVAC MARK JOSEPH, WOOD MICHAEL BARRINGTON: SYSTEME AUTOMATISE DE POSE DE BRIQUES POUR CONSTRUIRE UN BATIMENT A PARTIR DUNE PLURALITE DE BRIQUES, AN AUTOMATED BRICK LAYING SYSTEM FOR CONSTRUCTING A BUILDING FROM A PLURALITY OF BRICKS. GOLDWING NOMINEES, GOLDWING NOMINEES, RICHES MCKENZIE & HERBERT, December 17, 2013: CA2633733

An automated brick laying system 10 for constructing a building from a plurality of bricks 16 comprises a robot 12 provided with a brick laying and adhesive applying head 18, a measuring system 13, and a controller 14 that provides control data to the robot 12 to lay the bricks 16 at predetermined l ...


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Aaron Carrano
Michael J Saracen, Aaron W Carrano, Toby D Henderson: ROBOTIC ARM FOR PATIENT POSITIONING ASSEMBLY. July 12, 2012: US20120174317-A1

A robotic patient positioning assembly including a patient treatment couch, and a robotic arm coupled to the patient treatment couch. The robotic arm is configured to move the patient treatment couch along five rotational degrees of freedom and one substantially vertical, linear degree of freedom.


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Michael Barrington Wood
Mark Joseph Pivac, Michael Barrington Wood: Automated brick laying system for constructing a building from a plurality of bricks. Gold Wing Nominees, Merchant & Gould PC, February 12, 2009: US20090038258-A1

An automated brick laying system (10) for constructing a building from a plurality of bricks (16) comprises a robot (12) provided with a brick laying and adhesive applying head (18), a measuring system (13), and a controller (14) that provides control data to the robot (12) to lay the bricks (16) at ...



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