Unformatted text preview: moving surface below the robotic arm and the programming of the robot. The rate at which the arm will move (amount of cookies assembled per sec/min) will also need to be taken into consideration when designing the arm For the linkage shown, assume the robotic arm portion AB assembles 30 cookies per minute. This equates to a constant angular velocity of ω AB = 20 rad/s counterclockwise and ω BC = 26 rad/s clockwise (not constant) at this instant. Also note that link CDE is stationary (always 90° to BC) and will not rotate. Find the angular velocities of CDE and the angular acceleration of BC at the instant shown, with Θ = 45°....
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- Spring '05
- Industrial robot, Olivia Nixon