Automation in the loading of foundry material in a machining line
Keywords:Concept Design, Detail Design, Direct Kinematics, Dynamic, Cartesian Manipulator, Mechanical Design Using Software.
AbstractThis article describes the way how a Cartesian manipulator of three degrees of freedom was mechanically designed, as well as the way in which the trajectory was designed and the forces needed to originate the movement. It was considered to study the geometry of the manipulator´s movement in order to define trajectories, specifically the Denavit- Hartenberg method was used, and the Euler-Lagrange equation was also used to determine the internal forces that occur within the system. The technical characteristics of the components of the manipulator were determined using software and through an iterative process of analysis of stress, deformations and fatigues, the most viable proposals were chosen.
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