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Robots with 6 degrees of freedom can now perform movements that are so complex that they are suitable even for difficult tasks such as palletizing, handling, gluing and welding. Due to their skills and flexibility, they are used for many tasks with numerous, different tools. However, in order to be able to make optimal use of these capabilities, the robots must be precisely recalibrated every time the tool is changed. Recalibration is often extremely time-consuming and inaccurate, so that industrial processes cannot be carried out smoothly and there are delays in production.
Servotronix has developed an effective method based on teach-in positions with which new tools for robots with 6 degrees of freedom can be calibrated in no time without having to rely on the dimensions provided by the manufacturer or external sensors.
Robots with 6 degrees of freedom can be calibrated in different ways. This can be done by scanning reference parts, using distance sensors or laser interferometry, just to name a few examples. Furthermore, external sensors such as camera systems can be attached to various locations on the robot to determine the exact position of a reference object, from which the robot can be calibrated.
However, all of these methods are very time consuming and complex. Servotronix has developed a much simpler method.
Content of the article:
- Page 1: How to speed up the commissioning of industrial robots with 6 degrees of freedom
- Page 2: Determine tool working point
- Page 3: Estimate precisely
- Page 4: Save time and effort
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