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Toward the implementation of hybrid position/force control in industrial robots

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3 Author(s)
Ferretti, G. ; Dipartimento di Elettronica e Inf., Politecnico di Milano, Italy ; Magnani, G. ; Rocco, P.

With the goal of filling the gap between theory and industrial applications, an implicit hybrid control scheme is proposed in this paper, designed to fit as much as possible the conventional industrial robot control architecture. The dynamic effects due to joint compliance, which are a major source of performance degradation in industrial robots, are fully taken into account. The scheme is based on a task description particularly suited for a direct integration in conventional robot programming tools and aims at exerting the force control action without affecting the trajectory tracking. Only the differential kinematic model (Jacobian) of the robot is needed in the design of the force control law, while the force control loop is charged with rejecting dynamic disturbances due to motion. A thorough experimental validation of the strategy, both in terms of force regulation and trajectory tracking capabilities, is discussed, based on experiments performed on an industrial robot, endowed with a six-axis wrist force/torque sensor and with a laser distance sensor

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Robotics and Automation, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 1997

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