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Examples of Robots for Industrial Assembly

  • Richard K. Miller
Part of the VNR Competitive Manufacturing Series book series (VNRCMS)

Abstract

The use of an industrial robot has become an accepted method to assemble small parts. This chapter summarizes the description of the assembly of various specific industrial manufactured products based on the published literature. It should be noted that some of the described assembly has been achieved in the workplace while other applications were accomplished in laboratory set-ups.

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Sensory Feedback Industrial Robot Vacuum Cleaner Smoke Alarm Smoke Detector 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1989

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