Robot architecture for a contactless industrial pick-and-place machine

J.J.H. Paulides, L. Encica, J.W. Jansen, R.A.J. Burg, van der, J.L. Horijon, E.A. Lomonova

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Abstract

This paper provides the ingredients for an architectural discussion concerning industrial contactiess pick-and-place(P&P) multiple robot design, which incorporates a direct-drive linear permanent magnet motor for the long-stroke movement in a multiple robot component mounter machine. Especially, direct-drive linear permanent magnet motor selection, contactless data and energy transfer and thermodynamics will be discussed, since these necessitate a complete rethink of the individual robot design and part positioning in a multiple moving robot placing multiple components. As such, a completely different individual demonstrator robot will be discussed, i.e. mainly the mechanical and thermal design, which has been built to illustrate the feasibility of a contactless industrial P&P robot.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc. 11th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems, 17-20-2008, Wuhan, China
Place of PublicationWuhan, China
PublisherICEMS
Pages2954-2959
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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