Robots and Automated Manufacture - Control, Robotics and Sensors (Hardback)J. Billingsley (editor)
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To serve its purpose, an industrial robot must be harnessed to a manufacturing task, be it welding, assembly, adjustment or the inspection of food products. Complex tasks are likely to require offline programming, both for economy of equipment use and to permit computer simulations for collision avoidance. Vision and other sensory systems are helping to extend the capabilities of robots, while advanced programming techniques are making their use more accessible to the shop floor.
The authors have addressed these and many other subjects in a volume which will be of value to industry and to robotic researchers alike.
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology
Number of pages: 248
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm