The Advanced Deburring and Chamfer System is robotic workcell designed to put precision chamfers on parts made with hard metals. The project was funded by the United States Navy so that the technology developed could be applied to their air defense systems. The Unified Telerobotic Architecture Project was a United States Air Force funded project to develop an open architecture for robotic applications for servicing aircraft. The main focus was to develop an architecture with standard interfaces so commercially available components could easily be substituted. This paper will describe how the ADACS workcell controller was implemented through the use of the Unified Telerobotic Architecture Project's architecture and interfaces.
Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering
Conference Dates: November 29-December 1, 1995
Conference Location: Melbourne (Australia), AS
Conference Title: 6th International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering
Pub Type: Conferences
Automation, Finishing, Force Control, Manufacturing, Open-Architecture