Mechatronics on FTN

In recent days in the laboratory of Mechatronics at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad, reached a new Swedish company ABB robot. ASEA zamenja old with the new industrial robot IRB 140th

Perhaps one of the smallest robot of this renowned company, but the student needs quite enough. One of the IRB 140 robot advantage is that students will Mechatronics programuRoborStudio their simulation in power at the same robot to try and create a picture of robotized lines that are increasingly used in industry.

”Last year we ukljičili ABB’s sofrware RobotStudio in the study of the subject industrial robotics, and already this year, we can exercise the right to show and compare robot simulation and work in real time. Robots will be used and students in the drafting of bachelor and master branches, and a doctorate”said Professor Dr. Branislav Borovac for our site.

Professors, assistants and students themselves will have significant relief in the further study of industrial robotics. Considering that the robot does not exist, or grab some of the tools used in the industry in cutting, welding, painting and similar operations, there is interest in one of the students for making grab and record the results of the execution path in the simulation program (RobotStudio) and real time.

”We plan to purchase more of a small robot companies Mitsubishi, which would have completed another laboratory for mechatronics, in addition to the other two containing the objects and systems company FESTO”said Professor Katerdi for mechatronics, robotics and automation etc. Steve Stankovski.

IRB 140 has a capacity up to 6kg and reach below one meter, driven IRC 5 controller is a single cabinet and is capable of managing through a FlexPendant.



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