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\F3\C154 EAST DANA STREET
\CMOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. 94041
\F1\CNovember 14, 1974
Mr. Mitchel Ward
General Motors Research Center
General Motors Corporation
Dear Mr. Ward:
Per your request we are pleased to quote on the manufacture and
delivery of a manipulator system based around our model "Stanford" arm. The following
is a list of the various components, and a price breakdown for each component.
Stanford arm (potentiomenter version) with standard hand, power supply
and manual controller.-\R $19,000
Fingers with touch sensors and associated wiring. - \R $500
Interface electronics for interfacing arm to PDP 11/45- Includes
8 channels of 12 bit DACS and 16 channels of 12 bit A/Ds.
Maximum distance between interface and unibus port 25 feet.-\R $4800
Hardware position servo electronics to enable arm to run without a
software servo system (required if delivery demo required).-\R $1000
Shipping, delivery, installation, and on site demonstration of the
manipulator at destination. -\R $3,000
TOTAL PRICE FOR ALL ITEMS LISTED ABOVE- \R $28,300
The individual prices listed
above are a breakdown of the total for your reference, but do not represent the
individual component price for discrete component purchases.
Delivery and demonstration of the above listed system is 26 weeks ARO.
Due to development uncertainties, we are unable to quote a price and delivery
date on our forthcomming six-component wrist mounted force balance accessory. The
above system will be wired and set-up so that when this accessory is available, its
installation will require no extensive system modifications.
Enclosed is a summary of the performance specifications and an outline of
our system specifications and our acceptance test specifications.