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BeschreibungClassifies robots in accordance to their complexity and function provided. This book is suitable for large corporations as well as smaller "Mom and Pop" shops who consider using robots to help their industrial applications.
Chapter 1. Robots ¿ Definitions and Classifications
Chapter 2. Economic Productivity
Chapter 3. Comparisons Between Robots and Fixed Automation
Chapter 4. Where to Use a Robot
Chapter 5. Upkeep of Industrial Robots
Chapter 6. Economic Justification
Chapter 7. Effects of Legislation
Chapter 8. Human Factors
Chapter 9. Safety Standards for Industrial Robotics
Chapter 10. The Impact of Machine Vision on the Robotics Industry
Chapter 11. Summary and Conclusions
Appendix A: Survey of Industrial Robots
PortraitHarry Colestock is an electrical engineer who designed and built automation systems for over 40 years. A specialist in robot productivity improvement, he has analyzed robotics for hundreds of companies in the auto industry as well as other high-volume industries. As chief engineer of Advanced Technology and Testing at Ingersoll-Rand, Mr. Colestock led the effort in the design and installation of some of the most advanced robotic systems in the world. His last job, before retiring, was the design and installation of an entire assembly and test line for the automatic assembly and testing of the six cylinder engine for General Motors' Holden division in Melbourne, Australia. He now lives in Petoskey, Michigan.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2005
Seitenanzahl: 228 Seiten