“Automatic programming of grinding robot restoration of contours”

Authors: Are Willersrud, Fred Godtliebsen and Trygve Thomessen,
Affiliation: NTNU and SINTEF
Reference: 1995, Vol 16, No 3, pp. 145-154.

Keywords: Filtering, robot, grinding, automatic contour tracking

Abstract: A new programming method has been developed for grinding robots. Instead of using the conventional jog-and-teach method, the workpiece contour is automatically tracked by the robot. During the tracking, the robot position is stored in the robot control system every 8th millisecond. After filtering and reducing this contour data, a robot program is automatically generated.

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  title={{Automatic programming of grinding robot restoration of contours}},
  author={Willersrud, Are and Godtliebsen, Fred and Thomessen, Trygve},
  journal={Modeling, Identification and Control},
  publisher={Norwegian Society of Automatic Control}