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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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ï»¿Introduction to Robotics A Force of the Future

What do we know?

Robots of the media

What will we learn?

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?

What sorts of robots are there?

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

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

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.

What are the parts of a robot? Controller Pedestal Controller End Effectors Power Source

Manipulator (Mimics the human arm) Base Appendages Shoulder Arm Grippers

Pedestal (Human waist) Supports the controller. Goes about as a balance.

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

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

Power Source (The nourishment) Electric Pneumatic Hydraulic

How do robots move?

Cartesian Coordinate System

Cartesian Coordinate System X-Axis

Cartesian Coordinate System Y-Axis

Cartesian Coordinate System Z-Axis

Cartesian Coordinate System

Cylindrical Coordinate System

Cylindrical Coordinate System Y - Axis

Cylindrical Coordinate System Z - Axis

Cylindrical Coordinate System ï² - Axis

Cylindrical Coordinate System

Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System

Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System ï¢ - Axis

Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System ï² - Axis

Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System Y - Axis

Polar (Spherical) Coordinate System

Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System ï¢ - Axis

Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System ï¢ - Axis

Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System ï² - Axis

Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

Stop !! Time out !!

Degrees of Freedom VS

Degrees of Freedom Rotating the base .

Degrees of Freedom Pivot the base of the arm.

Degrees of Freedom Bending the elbow.

Degrees of Freedom Wrist all over.

Degrees of Freedom Wrist left and right.

Degrees of Freedom Rotating the wrist .

Why is it essential?

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

What did we learn?

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?