Handbook of industrial robotics
An engineer's handbook of research and applications in industrial robotics. Stresses the practical uses rather than the mechanical, electrical or computer considerations. Discusses specific techniques for working with robots in various situations. Includes a forward by Isaac Asimov.
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actuator algorithm analysis arc welding Artificial Intelligence assembly automatic automation axes axis blob camera candidate points capabilities cell components configuration conveyor coordinates cost cycle devices dynamic end effector end-of-arm tooling Engineering equipment error example fingers fixture flexible force function grasp grip gripper handling human hydraulic increase industrial robots input interface joint kinematic labor load machine tools maintenance manipulator manual measured mechanical method motion motor move object off-line operation orientation output parameters path performance pixel planning position problem production programming language queueing model result robot applications robot controller robot program robot system robot vision robot welding rotation sensor sequence shown in Figure simulation specific speed spot welding subroutine Table task teach pendant techniques teleoperator torque trajectory transformation typical Unimation unit utilization values vector velocity welding gun workers workpiece wrist
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