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Sandia’s Robot Hand: Disruptive Technology Plus 90% Cost Reduction
Sandia Hand
Lifelike design allows even first-time users to easily manipulate the robotic hand
By RBR Staff


The Sandia Hand has 12 degrees of freedom, and is estimated to retail for about $800 per degree of freedom—$10,000 total—in low-volume production.

This 90% cost reduction is considered a real breakthrough.

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