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1289/286/SW/N/15 Robotic Inspection End-effector Tooling
The workspace of the Tetrobot represents the total volume swept by the end-effector, when actuators of the components of the module can execute all possible motions.
Since the manipulators are devices that replicate the movements of the person's hand, the use for their trajectory planning biomechanical criteria contributes to reproduce the end-effector movements that are similar to movements of the hands.
End-effector component materials should have high heat resistance, since these robot parts interact with high temperature castings as they exit the die.
By this assumption, it is reasonable to consider that the sliding joint between contact surfaces acts as a fixed joint and therefore we may assume that arm 1 and end-effector k are a united part in a new object-manipulator system during the successful cycle k.
However, the main constraint in practical implementation of these algorithms was request for accurate measurement of manipulator end-effector.
Each unit has its own unique end-effector (end-of-arm tooling).
This machine will predominately be used for hole-finding, normalisation to surfaces and inspection of holes on a robot end-effector.
But rather than using a hook-and-chain setup, which is not uncommon for such operations, there is a gargantuan end-effector on the end of the vertically oriented arm of the crane for precise positioning of the castings.
One way to tackle this problem is to improve the theoretical kinematic equation through kinematic calibration which consists of identifying a more accurate geometrical relationship between the joint sensor/encoder reading and the actual pose of the end-effector.
The experimental research focused on determining the precision of positioning of manipulator's end-effector point of the moving platform during point-to-point control.