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Design and Implementation of Six Degree of Freedom Manipulator for Field Service Robot

Andi Aulia Sukma Pamungkas, Dimas Sangaji, Muhammad Fajar Adityo, Indrawanto Indrawanto, Aris Budiyarto, Agus Budiyono


Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Robot usually consist of two main part: mobile base and manipulator. Mobile base is used to drive the robot. And manipulator is used to manipulate its surrounding. This paper described the design and development of the manipulator for EOD robot. The manipulator has 6 degree of freedom and designed for specific load to fulfill the EOD mission.


Explosive Ordinance Disposal, Manipulator, six degree of freedom.

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