Development of post-processor approach for an industrial robot FANUC R2000iC
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In this paper, a post-processor for the industrial robot FANUC R2000iC is introduced. Without going through the conventional teaching process, the post-processor regularly generates a rigorous robotic program from cutter location source data called CLS data. The CLS data are easily made through the main process of CAD/CAM, so that a promising data interface is realized between the industrial robot and CAD/CAM. The effectiveness is evaluated through simulations of trajectory following and also through an actual machining experiment of foamed polystyrene with a complex shape.
KeywordsIndustrial robot CLS data Post-processor LS data Machining robot
This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP16K06203.
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