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Mechanism and Control of a Novel Type Microrobot for Biomedical Application. Shuxiang Guo , Qinxue Pan Faculty of Engineering, Kagawa University , Japan. W e propose a new prototype of a wireless microrobot that can be manipulated inside a tube using an external magnetic field.

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Mechanism and Control of a Novel Type Microrobot for Biomedical Application

Shuxiang Guo, Qinxue PanFaculty of Engineering, Kagawa University, Japan

  • We proposea new prototype of a wireless microrobot that can be manipulated inside a tube using an external magnetic field.
  • The structure, motion mechanism, and characteristic evaluation of a driving fin used for propulsion have been discussed.
  • The microrobot can be controlled upward, downward, and also can be suspended in water using frequency adjustments.
  • The robot will play an important role in both industrial and medical applications such as microsurgery.

Fig. 1  Position of the Developed Microrobot in Pipe