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A cooperative robotic solution for one-way assembly would allow to use one of the robots to supervise the drilling operation or to increase the stiffness of the system locally at the drilling point and ensure a proper clamping force, while a robot, on<

Advances made in LOCOMACHS

The cooperative robotized drilling might reduce the manual work, increase the productivity and, at the same time, preserve the hole quality in the case of one-way assembly. The same Six-DOF manipulators used for the drilling task might be exploited to<

Contribution to LOCOMACHS High Level Objectives

  • Design and manufacturing rules defined and validated
  • Increased use of tolerance and variation management
  • Reduced recurring costs of shimming operations
  • Reduced recurring costs of dismantling operations
  • Reduced recurring costs through increased automation
  • Reduced NDI/NDT lead time
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Lead partner UNISA
Other partner(s) ALA
Contact Alessandro Marino
Applicability field(s) Assembly tooling
Best fit build philosophy
Maturity
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This information was last updated on 01/01/1970