Powering the Guinness World Record domino robot
06 September 2021
Teknic’s ClearPath servos power the Dominator, a Guinness World Record setting robot, made by Mark Rober.
In just over 24 hours, the dominator placed over 100,000 dominos to create a Super Mario Bros. mural. Teknic’s all-in-one servos were used to power the omni-directional wheels to place 300 dominos at a time, with an accuracy of a couple millimetres.
Key features of ClearPath:
- High Performance Servo Drive: Automatic compensation for inertial loads (including direct drive wheels like in AGVs like the Dominator), velocity accuracy of under 0.005%, patented anti-vibration algorithms, an easy auto-tune, and more.
- Easy to Use All-in-one servos: Control with step and direction or initiate pre-programmed moves with digital I/O using Arduinos and other controllers; or program on any Linux or Windows PC with Teknic’s rich C++ or C# library.
- Rugged and reliable: Brushless DC servo motors with oversized bearings, Class H windings (180ºC), fully sintered rare-earth magnets, and extensive testing during production assures high quality and lasting reliability.
- Order Online: Pricing of $249 for NEMA 23/34 and $698 for NEMA 56/143 and IEC D100; Teknic products are backed with a 3-year warranty and 90-day money back guarantee. See ClearPath specs.
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