CNR 2014: Lectures: Czech Technical University (CZE): Martin Necas (CZE): Cooperating robots for machining and cable-driven robots
Cooperating robots for machining RoboMill
.The ultimate goal is to enable metal machining by robots.
.The investigated approach is the usage of cooperating robots with multiple effects of redundant actuation/measurement and additional measurement for deformation compensation with stiffness increase.
.The incease of robot stiffness was from 0,5 N/um to about 15 N/um.
.There´are several patent pending on this solution.
Cable-driven robot HexaSphere
.The ultimate goal is to enable very large orientation capability by robots with parallel kinematic structures
.The investigated approach is the usage of redundant actuation.
.The achieved orientation movability is +-100 degrees.
.The HexaSphere mechanism actuated by struts were transformed into cable-driven robot.
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Martin Necas is a Professor of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague.
CTU robotics presentation by PhD. Martin
Martin Necas will do the presentation "Cooperating robots for machining and cable-driven robots" during the CTU Day of Cafe Neu Romance on the 27 November 2014 at Galerie NTK.