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Robotic Micro-Assembly, 9780470484173 (0470484179), John Wiley & Sons, 2010
This book deals with the current methods developed around the world on robotic microassembly. It is dedicated to Master’s and Ph.D. students, and also scientists and engineers involved in microrobotics and also in robotics. As robotic microassembly is a new way to manufacture microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), companies and research institutes involved in this domain will find in this book original methods that can be used to simulate, design, and build new generations of hybrid tridimensional microproducts.

Microproducts are usually divided into two categories by function of the manufactured process used. On the one hand, the standard fabrication using machining or molding is able to produce millimetric and submillimetric pieces (e.g., gears in watches). On the second hand, processes developed initially in microelectronics and based on photolithography have been extended to mechanical structures and are currently used to build MEMS (e.g., air bag sensors). In both cases, the resolution of the details built on the product could be around the micrometer or even less, but the global size of the pieces stays millimetric. The market of miniaturized products, which include always more functionalities in a smaller volume, is increasing very rapidly. In the future, the size of the piece should be reduced below 100 μm, and the microsystem should integrate a large variety of functions including mechanisms, electronic, and control, fluid or optic. It is the reason why a large number of research teams are currently focused on the topic of microassembly.
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