Development of an Experimental Robotic Complex for Direct Metal Deposition and Testing of Deposition Modes for Heat-Resistant Powder Material
Maxim Oleynik, Alexander Khaimovich, Andrey Balyakindownload PDF
Abstract. The paper considers the issue of optimizing the movement of an industrial robot used in additive manufacturing in the technology of direct metal deposition of parts. The developed mathematical model that takes into account the joint work of a six-axis robot manipulator and a two-axis positioner is described. The algorithm for calculating the motion based on the relative position of two adjacent points of the working tool trajectory relative to the rotary axis of the positioner with a given accuracy is described. The simulation of processing is carried out both when working only with the manipulator, and when working together with a two-axis positioner, and control programs with recalculated coordinates and rotation angles of the positioner are obtained.
Industrial Robot, Tilt-And-Turn Device, Direct Metal Deposition, Optimization
Published online 1/5/2022, 9 pages
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Citation: Maxim Oleynik, Alexander Khaimovich, Andrey Balyakin, Development of an Experimental Robotic Complex for Direct Metal Deposition and Testing of Deposition Modes for Heat-Resistant Powder Material, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 349-357, 2022
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