Publication detail

DELTA - robot with parallel kinematics

HOLUB, M. OPL, M. PAVLÍK, J. KOLÍBAL, Z.

Original Title

DELTA - robot with parallel kinematics

English Title

DELTA - robot with parallel kinematics

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

A complex solution of a design of the DELTA-type robot, i.e. the robot with parallel kinematics, is described in this paper. The project ensued from cooperation with the company Dyger, s.r.o., with the objective to develop a robotic device suitable for high-speed handling of small objects and applicable in many industrial configurations. The task was not only to design the mechanical part of the robot that would work together with the provided hardware and software, but also to develop our own algorithms for calculations of the target positions, singular positions of the mechanism etc.

English abstract

A complex solution of a design of the DELTA-type robot, i.e. the robot with parallel kinematics, is described in this paper. The project ensued from cooperation with the company Dyger, s.r.o., with the objective to develop a robotic device suitable for high-speed handling of small objects and applicable in many industrial configurations. The task was not only to design the mechanical part of the robot that would work together with the provided hardware and software, but also to develop our own algorithms for calculations of the target positions, singular positions of the mechanism etc.

Keywords

DELTA type robot, Parallel mechanism, Working space, Singular positions

RIV year

2011

Released

05.10.2011

Publisher

MM publishing

Location

Praha

Pages from

186

Pages to

189

Pages count

4

BibTex


@article{BUT89640,
  author="Michal {Holub} and Miroslav {Opl} and Jan {Pavlík} and Zdeněk {Kolíbal}",
  title="DELTA - robot with parallel kinematics",
  annote="A complex solution of a design of the DELTA-type robot, i.e. the robot with parallel kinematics, is described in this paper. The project ensued from cooperation with the company Dyger, s.r.o., with the objective to develop a robotic device suitable for high-speed handling of small objects and applicable in many industrial configurations. The task was not only to design the mechanical part of the robot that would work together with the provided hardware and software, but also to develop our own algorithms for calculations of the target positions, singular positions of the mechanism etc.",
  address="MM publishing",
  chapter="89640",
  institution="MM publishing",
  number="Special Edition",
  volume="2011",
  year="2011",
  month="october",
  pages="186--189",
  publisher="MM publishing",
  type="journal article - other"
}