Do suction cups work inside a vacuum chamber?
No suction cups will not work in vacuum chamber.
Not sure of the exact amount, but there are two rows of suction cups on each tentacle there are 240 suction cups on each tentacle. Altogether there are 1920 suction cups -Pink Rocks It's important to distinguish between arms and tentacles. Tentacles have suction cups only at the tips. Octopus have arms and have suction cups along the length of the arm.
The suction cup will lose its attachment, unless it has an additional adhesive. Suction cups attached to a surface are held there by the pressure of the outside air, which is higher than the pressure under the cup. The suction cup is trying to return to its uncompressed condition, and pulls away from the surface, reducing the pressure under it.
If lizards do have suction cups in their feet can mechanical suction cups be developed which helps human to stick to such inclinations?
Because the sides of the suction cups seals air out. The reason anything moves is because there is a substance to replace the area where the object was before it moved. When the air is sealed out, nothing can come to replace the suction cups' space, therefore they do not move, thus not coming apart.
I am looking for a suction cup that uses a motor/ actuator instead of a air compressor. Check out "VERIBOR lever suction cups", I could remove the lever from this and attach an actuator to it, but that would be a very dirty solution. Is there any suction cups on the market that only require linear motion, built to be attached to an actuator? Or is there perhaps a module containing a suction cup attached…