Things to note when operating a welding robot
To operate a welding robot for work, it is first necessary to understand its working principle, so that it is more conducive to operation.
The execution organization of the welding manipulator includes the hand, wrist, arm, and post, and some also add a walking organization.
The hand of a welding robot is a part used to hold a workpiece (or something). There are various structural methods according to the shape, size, component, data and operation requirements of the object being held, such as clamping type, holding type and Adsorption type and so on.
Welding manipulator movement organization, so that the hand completes various turning (swinging), moving or compound movements to complete prescribed actions, and changes the orientation and posture of the grasped object.
The independent movement methods such as lifting, elasticity and rotation of the welding manipulator's kinematics are called degrees of freedom of the welding manipulator.
In order to capture objects in any orientation and orientation in space, 6 degrees of freedom are required. The degree of freedom is a key parameter in the planning of the welding robot.
The more degrees of freedom, the greater the flexibility of the manipulator, the wider the versatility, and the more cluttered its structure. Generally dedicated robots have 2 to 3 degrees of freedom.
The control system of the welding manipulator is controlled by the motor of each degree of freedom of the manipulator to complete specific actions.
Receive the feedback from the sensors together to form a stable closed-loop control. The core of the control system is usually composed of a micro-control chip such as a single-chip microcomputer or dsp, and the required functions are completed by programming it.