Now you're talking, that would be very cool.
How about some scissors? lol Probably take for ever for a thick rope like that, but if they're super sharp, might work. Geneinno was working on scissors
for their T1, not sure what happen with that, would of worked for small rope and possibly small wire.
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Ummm... I can't even cut 22mm~70mm pp rope with scissors like that. The above vessels are not recreational boats or yachts. hull length
FRP fishing boats over 96 feet and with a full displacement of over 50 tons. The thickness of the propeller shaft is also that thick. If the 1800rpm low-rpm, high-torque, 1,000-horsepower Cummins diesel engine and 4:1 high-load, high-torque reducer rotate, the reducer cannot overcome the resistance of the rope and the engine stops, how thick pp rope will wind the propeller shaft?
* Only rotary power tools (grinders) without saw blades are good for cutting scratched pp ropes in water.
~~The robot arm gripper is powered by a DC 10~12.6 volt electric motor actuator. However much
Instead of a gripper, the manufacturer can also adapt a rotary saw.
I hope QYSEA also refer to this article..