Developing Concepts for Improved Efficiency of Robot Work Preparation

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Essers, M.S.; Vaneker, T.H.J.;

SInBot[1] is a large research project that focuses on maximizing the efficient use of mobile industrial robots during medium sized production runs. The system that will be described in this paper will focusses on the development and validation of concepts for efficient ... View more
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