Robot Modelling and Assembling Day 1

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  • 1. Week 1 Day 1Workshop by
  • 2. Introduction• What is a Robot? – A true robot is any machine that can move about and can perform different tasks without human help – Robots are machines that are capable of executing laborious and/or repetitive human tasks both physically and in terms of decision making2 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 3. Common Capabilities of Robots• Movement• Senses• Intelligence/Decision making3 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 4. Fields covered in Robotics Mechanics Electricity Computers & & IT Electronics4 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 5. Where Robots are Used?• Jobs that require speed, accuracy, reliability or endurance• Jobs that are unsafe or hazardous or dangerous for humans• Places which are difficult to explore, have unfriendly atmosphere or are not easily accessible• Jobs that are tedious/tiring, repetitive or boring5 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 6. Typical Robots• Industrial Robots• Space Robots• Military Robots6 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 7. Typical Robots [cont’d]• Underwater Robots• Medical Robots• Domestic Robots7 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 8. Typical Applications of Robots• Manufacturing – Assembling, Painting, Welding, etc• Warehousing and Storage – Packing, Stocking, Pelletizing, etc• Repair and Maintenance• Surgery and operations – Training surgeons, Orthopedics, Cardiovascular, Nano- bots• Surveillance, spying, observing – Satellites & Drones8 Workshop Week 1, Day 1
  • 9. Things coming up next• Learn to use Pro Engineer software• Advantages of using designing software• Sketching in Pro Engineer• Modeling in Pro Engineer• Assembling in Pro Engineer• Making a prototype of Robot9 Workshop Week 1, Day 1