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Palletizing Using the Wrist Camera

Amanda Lee
by Amanda Lee on May 4, 2017 7:00:00 AM

What's trending on DoF this week? Palletizing using the Wrist Camera, effective mass calculation with TS 15066, Robotiq Wrist Camera questions, complex palletizing programming and much more. Get the latest news from automation Pros!

Palletizing Using the Wrist Camera Program Template

This new program template by Annick_Mottard allows you to manage objects in stacked trays using the Wrist Camera. It uses an advanced function that enables the use of the same snapshot position at different heights. Get the program template here and below is a glimpse of the program in action.

 

Effective Mass Calculation With TS 15066

Sebastien is working on a safety analysis for a UR10 application with the Robotiq Gripper and wants you feedback! He wants to know how do you treat the fact that an operator can have his hand stuck in a Gripper and how do you calculate the effective mass of the robot. How are you Pros doing it?

Robotiq Wrist Camera Questions

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Armormodeller shared a few questions about the Wrist Camera regarding the auto exposure, detecting spacing between parts, Gripper editing and repeatibility. These might be of interest to you too so go take a look!

Complex Palletizing Programming


Mhowe
 is working with a customer that has about 15 different pallet patterns. He was wondering if anyone encountered an application that involved a complicated pallet programming. Thanks to matthewd92 who shared a similar proof of concept he previously conducted. Get a look at it!

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