3. The servo motor has a stable torque output characteristic, which can ensure the stability of the robot arm during operation, and avoid vibration and damage caused by inertia and other reasons.
4. Servo motors are usually equipped with position feedback devices such as encoders, which can monitor the position and status of the robotic arm in real time, and perform precise control through feedback signals to improve the grasping and placement accuracy and stability of the robotic arm.
5. The servo motor can realize a variety of motion modes and control strategies through programming, and can be flexibly controlled and adjusted according to different grasping requirements.