Quattro Application Guidance. Webinar November 6, 2009 Presented by Kevin Stein Adept Applications. Agenda. USDA Platforms Ingress Protection Application Guidance Questions. What’s new?. USDA (meat & poultry) Accepted September 24 th , 2009 USDA (dairy) In process
Webinar November 6, 2009
Presented by Kevin Stein
Subject to change without notice!
For 3rd generation platforms (P31-P34)
We cannot test all chemicals!
Dura Foam 263
Chloro Clean 269
Potassium Hydroxide (<15%), Sodium Tripolyphosphate <15%), Proprietary (<5%) Sodium Hypochlorite (<5%)
Sodium Hydroxide (<15%), Sodium Hypochlorite (<5%)
Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride (3%), Octyldecyldimethl ammonium chloride (2.25%),
Sodium Tripolyphosphate (<14%), Sodium MetasilicateAnhydous (<20%), Triehenolamine ( <10%)
Sodium Hydroxide (<10%), Sodium Hyposhlorite (<8%)
Performing long motions, at the top of the workspace, the inner arms have to travel the full range of motion, less efficient. When long moves are performed lower in the workspace the inner arms travel a shorter distance to reach the same position, more efficient.
Long move at top of the workspace
Long move lower in the workspace
Each platform is the most stable closer to the top, less flex in outer arms. As the platform moves lower in the workspace the outer arms become less stable. Therefore, the platform, positional repeatability, can be influenced by fast motions/ payloads
The Quattro robot platform is inherently more stiff with tool orientation at locations closer to the world X axis than at locations further out in the world Y direction. The locations where the robot is stiffer and more accurate are within the cylindrical region of the workspace (higher up in the workspace) along the X direction of travel.