Integration of collaborative robot in a hard steel industrial environment

Abstract : The collaborative robotics emerge in some factories due to many advantages that bringing. This article presents an application of a collaborative robot integrated in a hard steel environment that generates lot of requirements: dusts, vibrations, high temperatures... The robot evolves in the fourth mode of collaboration in which the human/robot interaction is allowed under conditions. With few adaptations, we succeed to start in production the collaborative robot which eases the human operator by carrying a payload in his stead, and consequently reduces operator musculoskeletal disorders.
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Baptiste Menges, Michaël Sarrey, Patrick Henaff. Integration of collaborative robot in a hard steel industrial environment. CASE 2018 - 14th IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, Aug 2018, munich, Germany. 〈hal-01843017〉

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