A scara was a contingent or unit of soldiers, possibly cavalry, in Carolingian armies. ==Etymology== The term (pl. scarae) is a Latinized form of an ancient German word meaning "group." (A modern descendant is the German word Schar, also meaning "group.") Members of the scara units were called scariti, escariti and scarii. ==Function== Althoug...
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The SCARA acronym stands for Selective Compliant Assembly Robot Arm or Selective Compliant Articulated Robot Arm. In 1981, Sankyo Seiki, Pentel and NEC presented a completely new concept for assembly robots. The robot was developed under the guidance of Hiroshi Makino, a professor at the University of Yamanashi. The robot was called Selective Comp
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