Cell for research on robotic machining
Cell for research and development on robotic machining. It is formed by a heavy industrial robot Stäubli TX200 with a nominal payload of 100 kg, carrying a high speed spindle of 14 kW, 24000 rpm, HSK-F63 cone and liquid cooling of the spindle. It includes a rotary table with the capability to handle parts weighing up to 1500 kg during an interpolated movement with the robot, and an automatic tool changing system for up to six different tools. The robotic cell is programmed with G code manually or with Autodesk Delcam PowerMill Robot CAD/CAM. A knematic and dynamic model in Matlab/Simulink is available as a virtual twin of the real robot. The cell integrates a process data monitoring system with cloud based analytics capability, and a real time process controller programmable in Matlab, Simulink or Codesys.
1450 mm diameter revolving table, 1500 kg. maximum load
14 kW electro-spindle, 24000 rpm, liquid cooling, HSK-F63 tool holder, various hard metal and diamond tools.
Research in robotic machining of metal and non-metal parts
Research in programming and simulation of robots and robotic cells
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