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A simulation study of a robotic cell for production machine operation for large-scale production
Šváček, Jiří ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The thesis deals with design of robotic cell for operation with CNC machine. When CNC machine is machining, inactive robot is used for deburring specific edges on the workpiece with help of pneumatic spindles. Thesis include design of end-effectors for handling and deburring operations, design and placement of individual parts of robotic cell. Part of the thesis deals with safety of the cell. Next part of thesis is focus on finding out cycle time of the robot. Robot have to manage cooperate with CNC machine and deburr edges in time. Cycle time is find out at simulation study in software called Tecnomatix Process Simulate. On the end of thesis is technical-economics evaluation
Automation of stators production
Šula, Martin ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of a robotic workplace layout for finishing operations on the stator of an electric motor. Three variants of the workplace layout were created, these variants were evaluated, and then the most suitable variant was selected. Suitable subcomponents have been created for this variant, such as the end effector, deburring spindles, rotary stand and milling table. A risk analysis was also created for her to ensure the safety and protection of the operator. The most suitable variant was transferred to the Process Simulate software, where its functionality was verified and the real cell cycle was determined.
Automation of production machine operation and robotic deburring within external pneumatic tools
Procházka, Jakub ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The task of this master thesis is to design a robotic workcell for an automation of the production machine operation followed by robotic deburring of the parts within external pneumatic tools. There is chosen the most suitable concept of the workplace layout of its included sub-components based on the input parameters. The first part is dedicated to design or select sub-components of the workcell as input magazine, robots, end effectors, deburring station etc. Afterwards, there is created a simulation model of the workcell in Process Simulate software for the verification of demanded cycle times and workcell functionality. The final design has to meet safety standards and technical and economical evaluation is permormed at the end of the thesis.
A simulation study of a robotic cell for production machine operation and realization of finishing operation
Kljajič, Marko ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is conceptual design of robotic workplace with its subsequent simulation. The current workplace for manufacturing and deburring parts for automotive industry is operated manually. The plan is overall automation and replacement of operators by robots. The thesis deals with the concept of layout of elements in the cell, and the procedure of their selection or design. Process simulation is performed in the Process Simulate software from Siemens. For the purposes of the work is used RCS module, which on the basis of dynamic conditions can calculate the cycle of production very close to the reality. The production cycle is compared to the current workplace. The work also deals with the economic evaluation of the proposed workplace.
A simulation study of a production line with industrial robots
Mrkva, Tomáš ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of a robotic workplace for deburring of a given part. The robot's task is to remove the machined part from the production machine, create a blank workpiece ready for machining, and finally deburr the the machined part. There are several proposals for the layout of the robotic cell, as well as the design of the end effector, the input tray for semi-finished products and a stand with tools for deburring. Subsequently, a simulation model of the designed robotic cell is created in the Siemens Process Simulate software. Using RSC modules, the exact resulting cell clock is determined. The whole process of creating a simulation model is detaily described. At the end of this thesis is an economic evaluation of the proposed solution.
Design of a Robotic Cell for Depalletization and Placement a Rail to a Production Station
Novák, Adam ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The diploma thesis dealswith a design of a robotic cell for depalletization and the establishment of a rail into a production station. Pieces are weighed into the depalletizing unit in a shape-adapted crates otherwise known as blisters. Each blister contains five to eight pieces(depending on the type of a rail) and anti-corrosion paper. After removing the paper and the piece from the blister, an identification code is stamped on the piece. Then the finished piece travels to the next station. The aim of this thesis is to design arobotic cell that can handle all operations in a given cycle time and to create a simulation model in Siemens Process Simulate program to verify the cell functionality.
Robotic machining with external tool
Ryvol, David ; Pochylý, Aleš (referee) ; Kubela, Tomáš (advisor)
The goal of this final thesis is to evaluate the performance of chosen CAM software in robotic deburring of cast parts while using external tool. For this purpose, an analysis of program’s functions was carried out and toolpath-making strategies were compared. The most appropriate strategy for mentioned technology was chosen based on this analysis. The generation of a toolpath was described on the example of real part from automotive industry. In order to simulate real machining process, a model of workspace was created, proper tool with spindle was selected and a method of clamping the workpiece was designed. A postprocessor was created, and so was the robot program, after successful simulation, as a foundation for possible practical test. PowerMill software proved to be not very suitable for this kind of machining application, mainly because of high amount of time consumed during the whole process. So the original idea of replacing classical on-line programming with this software is not advised.
Design of a Robotic Cell for Manipulation Operations
Srdošová, Michaela ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
This Master`s thesis deals automation of the workplace for manipulation operations. Robot’s role is take cooler from case, insert them into the dimensional and tightness device and then robot must place cooler on the output conveyor in robotic cell. The thesis describe deployment working cell, the selection and design process of each device and the robotic cell is designed with the safety standards. On the end in this thesis is a technical-economics evaluation. The simulation model in Process Simulate is a aim of this thesis, because we know working cycle time from this model.
Design of a Robotic Cell for Spot Welding Application
Kaňa, Vojtěch ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to design a robotic cell for spot welding of seat reinforcement and the subsequent automatic transport of the part from the cell. Both construction plan and process simulation in Process Simulate should be performed there. It is therefore an application for the automotive industry. The cell consists of a device into which the operator places the parts and is placed on the designed turntable. The welding is performed by two Kuka robots and welding tongs attached to them. The thesis deals with the design of the structure and the choice of individual components, as well as their appropriate deployment in the cell. Along with the design of the cell, the simulation was processed in the software. The output of the thesis is a 3D model of the workplace, simulation of the whole process of welding and manipulation and evaluation of the cell cycle using the RCS module.
Design of a Robotic Cell for Injection Molding Machines Operations
Franc, Vladimír ; Kubela, Tomáš (referee) ; Pochylý, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design a robotic cell for automated injection molding operation. At the beginning of this paper, the input parameters and the assignment are analyzed. This is then followed up by the layout of the workplace, design of its equipment, selection of robots and the design of their end effectors and peripherals with regard to the specified boundary conditions and operator’s safety. The output of this work is a 3D cell model and its simulation model in PLM software Siemens Process Simulate, which verifies the production cycle time.

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