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introduction to robotics

Introduction to Robotics

A Force of the Future

slide4

What will

we learn?

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What will

we learn?

  • What kinds of robots are there?
  • What are the parts of a robot?
  • How do robots move?
  • How do robots help us?
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Types of robots

Simple Level Robots:

  • are automatic machines that extend human potential.
  • do work that humans can but should not do.
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Types of robots

Middle Level Robots:

  • are programmable, multipurpose, electromechanical machines.
  • do work that humans normally do.
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Types of robots

Complex Level Robots:

  • are reprogrammable, multifunctional, manipulators.
  • are designed to move materials, tools and parts through programmed paths.
  • are suited for a variety of tasks.
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What are the parts of a robot?

  • Manipulator
  • Pedestal
  • Controller
  • End Effectors
  • Power Source
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Manipulator

(Mimics the human arm)

  • Base
  • Appendages
  • Shoulder
  • Arm
  • Grippers
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Pedestal

(Human waist)

  • Supports the manipulator.
  • Acts as a counterbalance.
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Controller

(The brain)

  • Issues instructions to the robot.
  • Controls peripheral devices.
  • Interfaces with robot.
  • Interfaces with humans.
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End Effectors

(The hand)

  • Spray paint attachments
  • Welding attachments
  • Vacuum heads
  • Hands
  • Grippers
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Power Source

(The food)

  • Electric
  • Pneumatic
  • Hydraulic
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Stop !!

Time out !!

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Degrees of Freedom

  • Rotating the base.
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Degrees of Freedom

  • Pivot the base of the arm.
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Degrees of Freedom

  • Bending the elbow.
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Degrees of Freedom

  • Wrist up and down.
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Degrees of Freedom

  • Wrist left and right.
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Degrees of Freedom

  • Rotating the wrist.
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Why is

it important?

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Applications

  • Transporting materials, tools, equipment.
  • Assembling parts.
  • Quality control.
  • Cutting materials.
  • Others
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What did

we learn?

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What did

we learn?

  • How can robots be classified?
  • What are the major parts of a robot?
  • How can robots move?
  • How can robots help extend our potential?