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Highly Flexible Design for Gantry Robot Systems. Team: F08-77-FLXGANT1 Client: Logic One Robots Contact: Bill Egert, Engr VP. Team 77. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ajay Mahajon Project Manager: Garth McDermott Team Members: Justin Behrens Ryan Engelman Jeremy Vaughan Doug Wright. Outline.

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Highly flexible design for gantry robot systems

Highly Flexible Design for Gantry Robot Systems

Team: F08-77-FLXGANT1

Client: Logic One Robots

Contact: Bill Egert, Engr VP


Team 77

Team 77

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ajay Mahajon

Project Manager: Garth McDermott

Team Members:

Justin Behrens

Ryan Engelman

Jeremy Vaughan

Doug Wright


Outline

Outline

  • Ryan Engelman

    • Project Organization Chart

  • Doug Wright

    • Executive Summary - Project Background, List of Deliverables, Cost

  • Justin Behrens

    • Detailed Project Description

    • Literature Review

  • Garth McDermott, PM

    • Plan to Complete Project

    • Timeline, Action Items List, Responsibility Chart

  • Jeremy Vaughan

    • Resources Needed

    • Summary


Project organization chart

Project Organization Chart


Project in general

Project in General

  • Cartesian Robot

  • The Problem

  • Our Solution


Deliverables

Deliverables

  • 3-D model in inventor

  • Scaled down basic model to show dynamics of axis

  • List of parts

  • 2-D drawings of parts

  • Table of possible robot configurations

  • Appendix of calculations and analysis


Responsibilities

Responsibilities

  • Garth McDermott = X-Axis

  • Justin Behrens = Z-Axis

  • Ryan Engelman/Jeremy Vaughan = Y-Axis

  • Doug Wright = Stands & Mounting


Costs

Costs

  • Up to $32,000 depending on design and size.


Project description

Project Description

  • Design a Flexible Gantry Robot

    • Stands and Support Beams

    • Guides and Bearings

    • Drive Systems


Stands and support beams

Stands and Support Beams

Designed to support total robot weight including payload.

Designed to resist vibration and minimize deflection.

Designed for easy assembly and redeployment.


Guides and bearings

Guides and Bearings

Designed to reduce friction.

Designed to handle the applied loads and moments.

Materials chosen to reduce wear and increase robot life.


Drive systems

Drive Systems

Sized to meet the acceleration and jerk requirements.

Gear train will be picked to meet velocity requirements.

Belt drive or rack and pinion will be used to transfer power to the robot.

Hydraulics will be used for the Z-Axis.


Research

Research

  • Several Gantry Robot Manufacturers

    • Gudel

    • Wittman

  • Several Product Lines

  • Many different gantry variations and applications


Plan to complete the project

Plan to Complete the Project

  • Conference call with Greg Janutka,

  • Defining and picking the supports & mountings, guides, and drivers

  • Construct a table of the possible robot configurations

  • Design individual CAD drawing for each of the axises

  • Design a 3-D model in Inventor of the entire gantry robot to show how it will work


Action item list

Action Item List


Responsibilities approval support information

Responsibilities, Approval, Support, & Information


Time line

Time Line


Resources needed

Resources Needed

  • Lab Space: Mechanical Engineering Lab located in A Wing, Room 209

  • Computers: Provided in lab above by the Department of Mechanical Engineering

  • Printer: Provide in lab by the Department of Mechanical Engineering


Cost to us

Cost To Us

  • Since our model will be completed in Autodesk Inventor, the cost to us will be minimal

  • Production cost will be as addressed above


Resources needed cont

Resources Needed Cont.

  • Microsoft Word

  • Microsoft Excel

  • Microsoft PowerPoint

  • Autodesk Inventor

  • Auto CAD


Summary

Summary

  • Project Overview

    • Stands and Support Beams

    • Guides and Bearings

    • Drive Systems

  • Plan to Finish on Time

  • Resources Needed

    • Most are available


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