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Virtual commissioning of automatic welding robot guidance
Podolák, Petr ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Szabari, Mikuláš (advisor)
Automatic guidance of welding robots is an important step in the automation of production processes. Virtual commissioning enables a preliminary preview of the operation of the robotic workplace. In the initial project phase, it provides valuable information for implementation decisions. The goal of this thesis is to first describe the current state of the field, analyse a specific problem, and then carry out the virtual commissioning. For virtual commissioning, describe the individual steps of this process and, at the end, recommend appropriate procedures.
Extruder design for special 3D printing
Šedý, Karel ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Pavlík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with a design and construction of an extruder for 3D printing of ceramic clay. The author aims to find a simple method of assembly and cleaning of the extruder. In the introduction of the bachelor thesis, the reader is briefly introduced to the history of 3D printing. Furthermore, the thesis examines 3D printing and ceramic clay, including its types, properties, and suitability for 3D printing. In the following chapters, possible problems with ceramic clay printing and how to avoid these problems are described. A multi-criteria analysis including key parameters and their weights was used to select a suitable design option. The final chapter provides a detailed description of the chosen variant's construction.
Design and virtual commissioning of an educational robotic cell
Novák, Štěpán ; Bražina, Jakub (referee) ; Vetiška, Jan (advisor)
This master's thesis discusses the creation of a virtual commissioning of a machine vision demonstration program in an educational robot cell. The first section of this thesis deals with the theory in robotics, virtual commissioning and machine vision. Systemic analysis of the problem was addressed in the second section. The third section cotains the design of the cell. The fourth section describes the design of some individual parts of the cell, the process of creating the program and virtual commissioning itself.
Design and aplication of collaboration robots
Vaněk, Štěpán ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Knoflíček, Radek (advisor)
This bachelors thesis aims at principles of functions of collaborative robots, including its design and potential applications. Resolved issue consists of safety, programming and current stage of knowledge of both design and application, including progressive bearings and potential way of innovation in stated fields. The conclusion of the thesis is an evaluation of all aspects and a comparison with an industrial robot.
Design of special purpose tool for sag measurement
Mejzlík, Jiří ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Houška, Pavel (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design a special purpose tool for sag measurement. Three possible solutions are proposed, for each the production cycle time is calculated and its approximate costs are estimated. The best solution in terms of a trade-off between both key quantities is suggested. Next part of the work deals with the selection of suitable drives for the manipulator as well as of the other components for the whole electrical device. Finally, a possible automated control of the complete machinery, including the electrical wiring diagram, is presented.
Design of control system of pneumatic manipulator
Roun, Jiří ; Bradáč, František (referee) ; Vetiška, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is about the design of the control system for the pneumatic manipulator. Initial research describe the current possibilities of pneumatic products for driving and positioning of pneumatic assemblies. The practical part of this thesis describes the connection of hardware with PLC terminals and the design of software for controlling the manipulator. At the end of the thesis is testing part realized with designed software and measuring software.
Control modernization of two-axis manipulator
Mejzlík, Jiří ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Houška, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis addresses the modernization of two-axis manipulator that is a part of the galvanizing line. The introductory section describes and evaluates the current situation and specifies the requirements for the device modernization. The selection of the proposed control is based on the analysis of possible solutions which are described in this work. The next part deals with the selection of suitable components and describes the process of implementation.
Machine vision for product inspection
Strach, Petr ; Bražina, Jakub (referee) ; Vetiška, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with machine vision in connection with robotic production systems. The theoretical part deals with machine vision hardware, principles and characteristics of machine vision, typical tasks in connection with machine vision, robot guidance using a camera, logical tasks for image processing in the TwinCAT program. The practical part focuses on the design of a robotic workplace with a camera to control the rotation of the part. This workplace was first put into operation virtually and then tested at a real workplace.
Milling machine
Homola, Stanislav ; Vetiška, Jan (referee) ; Marada, Tomáš (advisor)
This goal of the diploma thesis is to design, to construct and write control program for CNC milling machine designed for machining aluminum, wood and plastic. Entire structure of machine is designed and made of steel. The main table consists of an aluminum plate and aluminum structural profiles. Spindle of milling machine is a high speed motor from ATAS a.s. company. Milling machine is controlled by the program made in TwinCAT environment from Beckhoff Automation GmbH & Co. KG.
Digital commissioning of a robotic production system for 3D print
Beránek, Ondřej ; Štěpánek, Vojtěch (referee) ; Vetiška, Jan (advisor)
The master thesis describes the design and digital commissioning of a robotic production system for 3D concrete printing. The theoretical part of the thesis includes an analysis of the current state of knowledge in the field of 3D printing in industrial automation. It also includes a detailed system analysis of the problem, in which the requirements and elements of the production system are specified. In the applied part of the thesis, a 3D model of the workplace was created and a simulation of the entire production process and digital commissioning of the system were performed using the ABB RobotStudio software. The output of the of the application part of the thesis is the design is the design of the workplace with a debugged control program ready for use in real operation.

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