Collaborative robotic platform composed by the KukaLWR4, UR5, haptic devices and 3D workspace monitoring
Collaborative robot KUKA light weight 4(LWR4)
The Kuka LWR was the first collaborative robot, it counts with compliance control thanks to the force sensors integrated in all the robot joints. This control strategy allows to move by hand the robot, being used to program robot trajectories by not robot experts. This robot was the predecessor of the Kuka iiwa. The robot arm payload is 7 Kg.
Universal robot UR5
Universal Robots became very popular thanks to their value for money relation. Additionally, the programming interface is friendly (if compared with industrial robots). The force sensor located in its last joint allows limited force control strategies.
Haptic devices (or robots) allows the feedback of force signals from remote or virtual environments. In teleoperation is possible to apply different master-slave control configuration depending on the use case requirements. Three different devices are available in this asset: Phantom Omni with 6 DoF, Novint Falcon with 3 DoF and the Force dimension Omega 7 with 7 DoF.
Automatic trajectory generation to avoid collisions
Bin Picking or Kitting applications
Collaborative Human-robot interaction with 3D workspace monitoring
Easy programming of robotic cells
Force/Compliance based robot guiding
Parts dimensional control with robots and 3D vision systems
Quality control with robots and 3D vision systems
Robotic components manipulation and assembly.
Robotic screwing and tightening
Sealant application with robots
Teleoperation of robots
Vision-based parts detection and localization for robot guiding
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