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Automatic motion generation for robotic milling optimizing stiffness with sample-based planning

: Diaz Posada, Julian Ricardo; Schneider, Ulrich; Sridhar, Arjun; Verl, Alexander

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Machines 5 (2017), Nr.1, Art. 3, 26 S.
ISSN: 2075-1702
European Commission EC
H2020-EU.2.1.1.; 688217; ROBOTT-NET
Zeitschriftenaufsatz, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IPA ()
CAM; Industrieroboter; Fräsen; Steifigkeit; Bewegungsplanung; Positionieren

Optimal and intuitive robotic machining is still a challenge. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of robot stiffness, which is also dependent on the robot positioning in the Cartesian space. To make up for this deficiency and with the aim of increasing robot machining accuracy, this contribution describes a solution approach for optimizing the stiffness over a desired milling path using the free degree of freedom of the machining process. The optimal motion is computed based on the semantic and mathematical interpretation of the manufacturing process modeled on its components: product, process and resource; and by configuring automatically a sample-based motion problem and the transition-based rapid-random tree algorithm for computing an optimal motion. The approach is simulated on a CAM software for a machining path revealing its functionality and outlining future potentials for the optimal motion generation for robotic machining processes.