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Industrial robots have been used extensively in the aerospace industry. Two installations are shown in Figures 1 and 2. References 1 through 8 describe some specific installations.
KeywordsIndustrial Robot Sequence Plan Detail Part Sheet Metal Assembly Specific Installation
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- 2.Franke, Ernest and Luckemeyer, James, “Robotic Removal of Aircraft Wing Rivets,” Robots 9, pp 10-11–10-19.Google Scholar
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