Design and structural analysis of pick & place robotic arm
Pushpendra Kumar Bhandari , Nitin Jain
ROBOTIC ARM, pick and place operation, Analysis
Now days in this fast growing industrial age every company needs speed in manufacturing to cope up with the customer’s requirements. Every industrialist cannot afford to transform his unit from manual to semi automatic or fully automatic as automation is not that cheap in India. The basic objective of our project is to develop a versatile and low cost robotic arm which can be utilized in any industry to eliminate this problem. Our robotic arm can be used in number of application by changing the program of controller and the structure is designed in such a way that it is capable to lift light loads but can also lift medium loads. Our robotic manipulator would be used mainly in the packaging department and automatic assembly lines. Mankind has always strived to give life like qualities to its artifacts in an attempt to find substitutes for himself to carry out his orders and also to work in a hostile environment. The popular concept of a robot is of a machine that looks and works like a human being. The industry is moving from current state of automation to Robotization, to increase productivity and to deliver uniform quality. The industrial robots of today may not look the least bit like a human being although all the research is directed to provide more and more anthropomorphic and humanlike features and super-human capabilities in these. One type of robot commonly used in industry is a robotic manipulator or simply a robotic arm. It is an open or closed kinematic chain of rigid links interconnected by movable joints. In some configurations, links can be considered to correspond to human anatomy as waist, upper arm and forearm with joint at shoulder and elbow. At end of arm a wrist joint connects end effectors which may be a tool and its fixture or a gripper or any other device to work. Here how a pick and place robot can be designed for a workstation where loading and packing of lead batteries is been presented. All the various problems and obstructions for the loading process has been deeply analyzed and been taken into consideration while designing the pick and place pick and place robot.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

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