Prologue to Mechanical technology.


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Sorts of robots. are programmed machines that develop human potential. ... Center Level Robots: Types of robots. are reprogrammable, multifunctional, controllers. ...
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Introduction to Robotics A Force of the Future

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What do we know?

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Robots of the media

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What will we learn?

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What will we learn? What sorts of robots are there? What are the parts of a robot? How do robots move? How do robots help us?

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What sorts of robots are there?

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Types of robots Simple Level Robots: are programmed machines that augment human potential. do work that people can however ought not do.

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Types of robots Middle Level Robots: are programmable, multipurpose, electromechanical machines. do work that people regularly do.

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Types of robots Complex Level Robots: are reprogrammable, multifunctional, controllers. are intended to move materials, apparatuses and parts through customized ways. are suited for an assortment of undertakings.

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What are the parts of a robot? Controller 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 controller. Goes about as a balance.

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Controller (The mind) Issues directions to the robot. Controls fringe gadgets. Interfaces with robot. Interfaces with people.

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End Effectors (The hand) Spray paint connections Welding connections Vacuum heads Hands Grippers

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Power Source (The nourishment) Electric Pneumatic Hydraulic

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How do robots move?

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Cartesian Coordinate System

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Cartesian Coordinate System X-Axis

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Cartesian Coordinate System Y-Axis

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Cartesian Coordinate System Z-Axis

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Cartesian Coordinate System

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Cylindrical Coordinate System

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Cylindrical Coordinate System Y - Axis

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Cylindrical Coordinate System Z - Axis

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Cylindrical Coordinate System  - Axis

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Cylindrical Coordinate System

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Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System

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Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System  - Axis

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Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System  - Axis

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Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System Y - Axis

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Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System  - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System  - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System  - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

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Stop !! Time out !!

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Degrees of Freedom VS

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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 all over.

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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 essential?

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Applications Transporting materials, instruments, hardware. Gathering parts. Quality control. Cutting materials. Others

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What did we learn?

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What did we learn? By what method can robots be ordered? What are the real parts of a robot? By what method can robots move? In what capacity can robots expand our potential?

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