With four fingers and sixteen independent torque-controlled joints, it's the perfect platform for grasp and manipulation research.
≫ Lightweight and portable anthropomorphic design
≫ Low-cost dexterous manipulation with applications in research and industry
≫ Multiple ready-to-use grasping algorithms capable of handling a variety of object geometries
≫ Capable of holding up to 5 kg
≫ 16 independent torque-controlled joints (4 ﬁngers x 4)
≫ Allegro Hand Application Studio included for simulation-based algorithm prototyping and hardware testing
≫ Support for real-time control and online simulation
Featuring 16 torque-controlled degrees of freedom, the Allegro Hand has been developed to robustly grasp and manipulate objects of widely varying shape and size.
Please visit out Allegro Hand Users' Wiki to share successes and solutions. Here you will find tutorials, documentation and a user forum to get you started and quickly developing your own software for the Allegro Hand.
· Allegro Hand (left or right)
· Allegro Hand Application Studio (AHAS) Download Instructions
· AHAS single-user license
· Allegro Hand stand
· CAN/Power cable* (terminated at hand-end only)
· 2mm hex wrench
· Spare screws and wire terminals
· Hard plastic case
· Power supply
* A CAN Interface is not included with the Allegro Hand. If you need some guidance while choosing one, please feel free to contact us.
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