Off-line programming of industrial robots: proceedings of the IFIP WG 5.3/IFAC Working Conference on Off-line Programming of Industrial Robots, Stuttgart, FRG, 2-3 June 1986

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North-Holland, Feb 1, 1987 - Computers - 199 pages
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Industrial robots are now being more readily included into highly integrated, expensive, manufacturing systems. The development of off-line teaching methods has thus become increasingly important, if costly on-line programming time is to be avoided. This, combined with the fact that the programming aspect now forms one of the major bottlenecks delaying the expansion of robot applications, makes this book most timely in its attempt to offer solutions to the problem. The comparison of methods and experiments contained in this volume will be of help in establishing guidelines for future industrial use of robots. Programming strategies are examined, as are assembly applications, simulation, programming aids and programming for a CIM environment. A number of examples are included, illustrating the current state of off-line techniques.

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Preface
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OffLine Programming of Industrial Robots IR
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Discussion
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