Speed Computation for Industrial Robot Motion by Accurate Positioning

Liliana Marilena Matica, Horea Oros

Abstract


In this paper we define a new method for speed (velocity) computation, named mixt profile. The mixt profile of speed variation assures an accurate positioning at the end of motion (movement), in a well determinate time lapse. The method is linked with computation of location (position) matrix, about an industrial robot. Mixt profile of speed may be applied about motion on linear or circular trajectories. The paper continues the explanation from [6] regarding this method.

Keywords


kinematics of industrial robots; linear or circular trajectory; acceleration and deceleration stage of movement

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/ijccc.2017.1.2785



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