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EMMA[edit]

Hi

Just a little question or two :¬)

The article says that EMMA needs no electricity but there is a switch between the two joysticks on the pic EmmaDeployment1.JPG that looks electrical in operation ?!?

Secondly the "belly" sander in the middle of the EMMAsystems.JPG looks as if there would indeed be fallout of material onto the operator - should the sentence "...plus vacuum connectivity to collect generated..." be changed to show that it has them as standard, as I read it the "connectivity" seems optional, even though the next section has it explained differently and implies it is built in.

Chaosdruid (talk) 17:09, 9 August 2010 (UTC)


Hey Chaosdruid,

1. The switch is used to turn on the pneumatically powered sanders that are part of the End-Effector component. 2. Generally, a vacuum is included per the request of the client. The majority of clients thus far have ordered their belly systems with a vacuum system. So while the vacuum connectivity is optional, in practice it is usually included with the belly systems.

Rwk1 (talk) 17:33, 9 August 2010 (UTC)

I assume you got the copyright problems sorted out on the images ? It is disapointing that we do not have a bot that can delete those messages above. You can archive them yourself though to clear this page if you so wish. Simply add "/Archive 1" after "User:Rwk1" so it reads "User:Rwk1/Archive 1" hit enter and click on "create page" then you can copy and paste from here to there using the edit tabs at the top of the page.
I really love the "Photoshopped" mask and goggles lol !
I added the Robotics banner to the pages as Robotics articles cover remotely operated arms - I also pointed out that it is not a robot :¬)
Chaosdruid (talk) 17:49, 9 August 2010 (UTC)
I see the Robotics banner on the talk pages but not in the actual articles, is that something I would have to approve?
Rwk1 (talk) 18:16, 9 August 2010 (UTC)
Nope - the banners sit on the talk pages. Categories go on the article pages.
If you look at the top left corner of the article you will see that the class shown is a reflection of the banner on the talk page. If an editor from one of the groups decides that the class (Stub, Start, C, B) should be changed they will make the change on the talk page and it will update the article page. You may notice that the titles on the article pages are different colours and this reflects the class from the banners on the talk page. Importance to each project (shown in the banner) is not reflected on the article page though.
Categories are for editors to put onto the article pages to group them together and are tree-like in function. FOr example the EMMA categories should probably be something along the lines of "Production and manufacturing" + "Machine tools" or anything else that more specifically categorises it.
Hope that answers your question :¬)
Feel free to ask any more though Chaosdruid (talk) 20:50, 9 August 2010 (UTC)

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