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Towards Simulation of Custom Industrial Robots

Marcu, Cosmin; Robotin, Radu;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2008
  • Publisher: InTech
The simulation tools used in industry require good knowledge of specific programming languages and modeling tools. Most of the industrial robots manufacturers have their own simulation applications and offline programming tools. Even if these applications are very complex and provide many features, they are manufacturer-specific and cannot be used for modeling or simulating custom industrial robots. In some cases the custom industrial robots can be designed using modeling software applications and then simulated using a programming language linked with the virtual model. This requires the use of specific programming languages, a good knowledge of the modeling so...
free text keywords: Forward kinematics, Robot, Computer science, Open architecture, Computer engineering, Industrial robot, law.invention, law, Mobile robot, Software, business.industry, business, Control engineering, Simulation software, computer.software_genre, computer, Inverse kinematics
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ISBN 978-953-7619-06-0

Hard cover, 546 pages

Published online 01, September, 2008

Published in print edition September, 2008

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