ArtiMinds: High­lights & Exhibits at auto­matica 2022

The Leading Exhi­bi­tion for Smart Automa­tion and Robotics

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ArtiMinds Robotics automatica 2022

We would like to thank all vis­i­tors for four exciting and inten­sive days at auto­matica in Munich. More than 28,000 vis­i­tors met at the world’s leading trade fair for smart automa­tion and robotics from June 21 to 24 .

Below you will find an overview of the new ArtiMinds devel­op­ments and advanced robot appli­ca­tions that were pre­sented at our booth in Hall B4, as well as a short trade fair video including the best highlights.

We are already looking for­ward to wel­coming you again at auto­matica in 2023!

Impres­sions from auto­matica 2022 – ArtiMinds says thank you!

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Teach Point Opti­miza­tion during End-of-Line Testing

For the first time, ArtiMinds pre­sented live teach point opti­miza­tion demon­strated by an end-of-line testing appli­ca­tion. Here, a Kuka robot inserts a flex­ible test cable into elec­tronic com­po­nents and releases it again. The com­po­nents move back and forth on work­piece car­riers on a linear axis.

Using the HMI, vis­i­tors had the option of set­ting a drift for the indi­vidual work­piece car­riers to sim­u­late tol­er­ances. Via ArtiMinds LAR, the robot was able to auto­mat­i­cally relearn the optimal approach posi­tion, resulting in auto­matic cycle time opti­miza­tion and no downtime.

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CAD2Path Demo

The ABB exhibit demon­strated how the CAD2Path fea­ture can be used to auto­mat­i­cally create tool paths for com­plex con­tours based on CAD models.

CAD2Path Demo

The ABB exhibit demon­strated how the CAD2Path fea­ture can be used to auto­mat­i­cally create tool paths for com­plex con­tours based on CAD models.

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Bin Picking of Unsorted Components

The bin picking appli­ca­tion demon­strated the broad hard­ware sup­port and open­ness of ArtiMinds. Using a Keyence Bin Picking system, unsorted com­po­nents were detected, picked up by a Fanuc robot and assem­bled to the car seat using force-con­trolled joining strategies.
This made it pos­sible to com­pen­sate for small inac­cu­ra­cies in picking in real time and to per­form the joining process robustly.

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UR Live Demo

At the UR live demo, vis­i­tors had the oppor­tu­nity to pro­gram a force-con­trolled appli­ca­tion, where a hydraulic valve had to be joined into a tight fit, and to man­u­ally test the degree of dif­fi­culty during joining them­selves. The forces were eval­u­ated and visu­al­ized using ArtiMinds LAR.

UR Live Demo

At the UR live demo, vis­i­tors had the oppor­tu­nity to pro­gram a force-con­trolled appli­ca­tion, where a hydraulic valve had to be joined into a tight fit, and to man­u­ally test the degree of dif­fi­culty during joining them­selves. The forces were eval­u­ated and visu­al­ized using ArtiMinds LAR.

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