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Standards and Technical Documents - Manipulating industrial robots -- Automatic end effector exchange systems -- Vocabulary and presentation of characteristics -- ISO 11593:1996
Description: Defines terms relevant to automatic end effector exchange systems used for manipulating industrial robots. The terms are presented by their symbol, unit, definition and description. The definition includes references to existing standards.
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: MANIPULATING INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS - AUTOMATIC END EFFECTOR EXCHANGE SYSTEMS - VOCABULARY AND PRESENTATION OF CHARACTERISTICS
Supplier: Stäubli Corporation
Description: change end-effectors or other peripheral tooling Quick and safe tool changer Quick and safe tool change with automatic connection of fluids, electrics and data systems on industrial robots and handling devices... Compact light weight reduced overall size interface to ISO norm Proximity switches
- Power Supplied: Pneumatic
- Applications: Assembly, Food / Beverage / Washdown, Machining / Grinding / Finishing, Material Handling, Pick and Place, Other
- Pay Load or Weight: 70.4 lbs
Description: the robot base to the end effector, the P-50iA can imbed all cables and hoses. This prevents contamination from dropped paint.
- Type: Articulated Robot
- Number of Axes: 6 #
- Load Capacity: 15.44 lbs
- Reach: 53.54 inch
Supplier: API Technologies
Description: API Engineering's Low-Cost Robotic Arm provides a remotely operated, strong manipulator with many useful and versatile attachments. Its low cost, high-strength rugged design, modularity of end effectors, and easy integration and operation makes API's Low-Cost Robotic Arm a perfect candidate
- Type: Articulated Robot
- Robot System: Yes
- Drive System: Electric
- Load Capacity: 10 to 25 lbs
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A sophisticated approach to kinematics is what differentiates robot controllers from more general purpose motion equipment. A typical task for industrial robots today is precision insertion. One example of an application in this class is the insertion of electrical connectors on printedcircuit
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Prediction and compensation of relative position error along industrial robot end - effector paths .
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