Industrial Robot Programming requires Industry Experience and Tech Expertise

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Robot programming has largely moved away from low level coding to more intuitive methods. This move has partly been fuelled by a desire to make programming easier for operators. Robot operators are not always robot makers, and robot makers are not always the best people to program a particular task. It would, for example, be far better to get a painter to program a painting robot, rather than a programmer who has no experience with painting. Traditional programming methods would be restrictive for such operators.


Top Three Robot Programming Methods

  • 1. Teaching Pendant: The modern teach pendants are more like a touchscreen tablet, as the technology has developed to suit the ever-evolving users. To program the robot, the operator moves it from point to point, using the buttons on the pendant to move it around and save each position individually. When the whole program has been learned, the robot can playback the points at full speed.
  • 2. Simulation/Offline Programming : Offline programming allows the robot to be programmed using a virtual mock-up of the robot and task.
  • 3. Teaching by Demonstration: This method involves moving the robot around, either by manipulating a force sensor or a joystick attached to the robot wrist just above the end effector.

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