Four Joints Robot Training System
(RM-009)
  • Study the basic composition of the robot system
  • 4 Joints robotic arm control and manipulation
  • Study the basic knowledge of robot offline programming
  • Study the operation and application programming of robot I/O 
  • Study the robot motion classification
  • Full understanding of robotic arm technology and application
  • In-depth study to understand the structure and control system of the robotic arm
  • Input power: single-phase, 220V±10%50Hz/60Hz
  • Capacity: ≤ 1.5KVA
  • Robot maximum action radius : 350mm
  • Maximum lift weight : 6KG
  • Robot weight : 20KG
  • Four joints robot training system- (RM - 009)
  • Set of Workpieces
  • Workpiece Sort/transfer Cell (RM - 009.1)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Loading/Unloading Workpiece onto/from Working Machine (RM-009.2)
  • Assembly cell (RM-009.3)
  • Small Parts Mounting Cell (RM-009.4)
  • Digital Content (BI-01)
  • Laboratory PC

Industrial robots come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and configurations. One of the aspects they can vary on is the number of axes they have. An axis determines a robot’s degree of freedom. Each axis provides a robot with an independent motion. The more axes a robot has the more range of motion it will have for operation. Axes correlate directly with the number of motors located in a robot. However, since these are often embedded inside the robot, they are not readily visible. The four-axis robots are also widely used for industrial applications. Types of four-axis robots include SCARA, delta, and articulated robots. the system provides an open-source collaborative 6-axis robot system as trainees have an access to the controller I/O ports and hence to the software interface has many options (G-Code – Python – MATLAB) editing area

                                     
  • Four-axis robots will have four motors, with the fourth motor located in the robot wrist to allow for EOAT rotation while being able to travel along the x, y, and z axes. The movements of each axis of a standard four-axis robot are defined as :
    • Axis One - Axis one is the base axis of a robot. This axis provides a robot the ability to move from left to right from its center for a complete 180 degrees of motion. Axis one controls a robot’s ability to move an object along a straight line.
    • Axis Two - Axis two allows a robotic manipulator to move forwards and backwards. In a standard robot configuration, it controls the lower arm of the robot. With this axis, robots can lift objects, move objects to the side, move them up and down, or place them along the x or y axes.
    • Axis Three - Axis three provides robots the ability to move along all three x, y, and z axes. The third axis of standard robots controls the upper arm allowing for an expanded vertical reach, making parts more accessible.
    • Axis Four - Axis four is located in the robot wrist to control the movement of a robot’s end-effector. This axis allows robots to change the orientation of an object through a rolling motion. In other words, the robot wrist is able to rotate parts.
    • The training system enables trainees to know the position and status of all switches, sensors and control signals that will affect the movement of the manipulator.
    • Mechanical arm vertically articulated with a transmission system made of gears, timing belts, lead screw.
    • Training system is provided with electric gripper attachment (no compressor required) for round and square parts.
    • Gripper includes open/close actuators and a led pointer.
    • Robotic arm body has a built-in control board for easy integration and application.
    • The system is equipped with a controller box of type stm32
    • Controller stm 32 provides dll function interface and provides routine source code. Support g code operation, rs232 communication, rs485 communication. 
    • To start operating the robot, trainees will go through different concepts required in this system as they will learn how to make successful usb to rs232 driver installation.
    • The system provides an access to the system interface so they can know the system version information and control the robot using different types of buttons for different commands.
    • Multi-turn absolute encoders are used for zero position calibration
    • It is designed to integrate multiple functions such as picking & placing, QC testing, part sorting and assembly, inspection, machine tending, part delivery & etc.
    • The system provides the ability to develop a new program or to expand an existing one.
    • Wide range of additional modules and accessories can be attached to the system to suit different applications based on the computers required for its operation.
    • The system enables trainees to program more applications and expand control on the movement of the industrial robot and its related technologies.
    • Large aluminum slotted table to accommodate different applications from basic to advanced level.
    • The system enables trainees to program more applications and expand control on the movement of the industrial robot and its related technologies using G-Code, Python, or MATLAB.