The nature of the deburring task is highly repetitive, dirty, and carries a risk of injury. Retaining personnel for such a strenuous and messy is challenging. Robotic deburring is an appealing option for these reasons, plus the results are more precise and repeatable.
Six degrees of freedom make hexapods extremely versatile motion and positioning systems. We report on the latest use cases in structured microscopy, fabrication of optical elements, and radionuclide therapy.