RoboticsLecture4 - Robotics 10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L....

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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 1 Robotics
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 2 Course objective To provide a broad understanding of the use of industrial robots And an experience in specifying, designing and presenting a new robot application in oral and written formats.
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 3 SYLLABUS TOPIC 1. Realistic and Safe Use of Robots 2. Applications of Industrial Robots Project 3. Economic Justification Excel Template 4. Robot Implementation 5. Arm Configurations Quiz 1 Take Home 6. Wrist Configurations 7. End Effectors and Tooling 8. Methods of Actuation 9. Non-servo Operation 10. Servo Controlled Robots 11. Cell Control, Hierarchical Design 12. Performance Measures Sample Report 1 - Welding Sample Report 2 - Painting Sample Report 3 - Soldering Sample Report 4 - Batch Manufacturing Sample Report 5 - Machine Loading 13. Joint Control Programming 14. Path Control Programming 15. High Level Languages 16. Simulation and Programming 17. Vision and Sensor Systems 18. Work Cell Interfacing; REPORT DUE 19. Intelligent Robot Cells 20. Flexible Manufacturing 21. FINAL ORAL EXAM
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 4 Objective Determine the requirements for implementing an industrial robot or automated guided vehicle in an application Understand need Determine robot requirements Determine installation and operation requirements Consider human relations aspects
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 5 Robot Justification Survey plant for potential robotic applications Consider robot requirements Consider installation and operation requirements Perform an economic evaluation Consider human relation aspects Evaluate alternatives and make your decision
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 6 Survey plant for potential robotic applications Working environment Nature of the operation Degree of disorder Production rate Production volume Proven applications
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 7 Robot Requirements for the application Payload and working range Arm and wrist configuration End-effector required Method of actuation Operation (servo or non-servo) Precision required Special features Commercial units available
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 8 Installation and operation requirements Location and layout of work area Utility and power requirements Interfacing between robot and equipment Safety aspects Timing of installation Education and training Programming and maintenance Provisions for downtime
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 9 Perform an economic evaluation Payback period Cash flow analysis Return on investment
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10/14/10 (C) 2001, Ernest L. Hall, University of Cincinnati 10 Consider Human Relation Aspects Shop employees Union Representatives Management
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