DESIGN OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOT WITH INCREASED LOCOMOTION release_73edkxmep5dxlevr5phbatgl6e

by Rudolf Jánoš, Dobiaš Dominik

Published in TECHNICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOG IES by Chernihiv National University of Technology .

Issue 4 (14) p95-100 (2018)

Abstract

Urgency of the research. One of the top trends in the field of mechanical engineering is automation. An inherent part of automation in today's businesses is industrial robots of various categories. In today's industrial production, human and robot are usually separated from each other in order to avoid potential collisions. Continuous development and the growing trend of robotics, in order to increase competitiveness, abandons this individual and isolated robot deployment and prevents group-building of human-robot workplaces. Target setting. The reason for designing industrial robots with capacity around 5-10kg according to human anatomy is that the transition from semi-automated production (operating lines controlled by operators) to fully automated production requires industrial robots that have dimensions similar to human anatomy. Actual scientific researches and issues analysis. The current production of robot devices reaches a high technical level, which is further enhanced by the continued development of their subsystems, but also by the upgrading of functional principles and elements that are involved in the architecture and morphology of these devices. The research objective. To what extent is it possible for the work process to be mechanized or automated depends also on the level of development of the used equipment. In today's development stage, design of automated device is also automated. The statement of basic materials: From the point of view of approaching the design of robots systems means a common sign is a mechatronic approach. Robots technical devices are a typical product with all the features of mechatronics (linking knowledge of engineering, management methods and artificial intelligence). This becomes the starting point for the elaboration of the methods of designing robots at all. Conclusions. This article focuses on the design of the robotics devices, whose main task is to perform the assembly. The future of deploying human-robot collaboration has enormous boundaries and many variables that still need to be addressed. It is important to remember that this technology is not about replacing people with robots. Rather, it is about using robust human features and robot strengths to achieve a new level of efficiency and productivity that could not be achieved by self-employment.
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