ARAI Hirohiko

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Published Papers

 
Sugita Y, Arai H.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology   217 336-344   2015   [Refereed]
Sugita Y, Arai H.
Procedia Engineering   81 2373-2378   2014   [Refereed]
Sugita Y, Arai H.
2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation, IEEE ICMA 2013   1646-1651   2013   [Refereed]
Arai H.
Synthesiology   5(2) 126-134   2012   [Refereed]
{Ö}zer A, Sekiguchi A, Arai H.
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing   28(4) 539-550   2012   [Refereed]

Misc

 
SEKIGUCHI Akio, ARAI Hirohiko
Robomech   2010(0) _1A2-A18_1-_1A2-A18_4   2010
To make an operator feel the working force in teaching works of metal spinning, a teaching device which is constructed a XY table and a handlebar with a force sensor was prototyped. Metal spinning is a plastic forming process in which a metal shee...
SEKIGUCHI Akio, ARAI Hirohiko
The Proceedings of Ibaraki District Conference   2009(0) 207-208   2009
Metal spinning is a plastic forming process that forms sheet or tube metal fixed to a rotating mandrel by forcing roller tools. Products formed by metal spinning have been inherently limited to straight-axis and circular-sectional shapes. In this ...
SEKIGUCHI Akio, ARAI Hirohiko
Robomech   2009(0) _2A1-A19_1-_2A1-A19_4   2009
Metal spinning is a plastic forming process that forms sheet or tube metal fixed to a rotating mandrel by forcing roller tools. Products formed by metal spinning have been inherently limited to straight-axis and circular-sectional shapes. In this ...
ARAI Hirohiko
Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan   26(1) 49-56   Dec 2007
Metal spinning is a plastic forming process that forms a metal sheet by forcing the metal onto a rotating mandrel using a roller tool. A novel metal spinning machine was designed in which the roller is directly driven by linear motors. We aim to f...
TAKUBO Tomohito, ARAI Hirohiko, TANIE Kazuo, ARAI Tatsuo
Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers C   73(731) 2115-2122   Jul 2007
Most of mobile manipulators have a heavy mobile base for stability. Therefore, the slow dynamics of the mobile base deteriorates the system reaction. Thus, we propose a new approach for removing unnecessary movements of the mobile base. In our pro...