The capacity control generally decides about the work hours and about which workstation cross-trained operators are allocated to. In particular it thus determines when overtime, shortened work hours and special measures related to the capacity flexibility are implemented.
Machining centers are advanced computer-controlled machines that perform a variety of machining operations on different surfaces of a workpiece.
The mechanical energy produced by engines, usually in the form rotary motion is transmitted to the bodies conducted through the transmission components.
There are several distinct approaches to robot vision-based control. These vary based primarily on system configuration and how image data is used.
The approaches used to try to resolve human-robot cooperation issues are essentially two: passive safety and active safety. Here we review the basic strategies.
Moulding and forging are production processes in which the material is deformed plastically, in order to change its initial form by applying external compression forces on special machines called presses and hammers