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Robots - Industrial robot specification - With the use of industrial robots growing it is important to correctly specify the format for any industrial robot cell

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Although global statistics suggest that the UK is still lagging behind other advanced nations in the uptake of modern robotics technology, falling prices, increased relative performance and smaller installation footprints are prompting more British manufacturers and processors to invest in multi-axis industrial robots. Identifying the potential applications and cost benefits is one thing however; choosing the right robot for the task and building it into a fully functioning automated work cell is quite another. Human input, in the form of operator commands, diagnostics and programming changes, is incorporated into the robot cell by means of a human machine interface (HMI)

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 1 )