ATMN 275 - Industrial Automation II
3 Credit: (1 lecture, 2 open-lab, 0 clinical) 3 Contact Hours: [ATMN 270 or ELEC264]
This course is a continuation of Industrial Automation I and provides a more detailed understanding of robotic systems. Students will learn programming, file management, and troubleshooting.
OFFERED: spring semesters
Course Goals/ Objectives/ Competencies:
Goal 1: Design Fanuc and KUKA motion programs.
- Devise an advanced Fanuc motion program to perform a given task.
- Devise an intermediate KUKA motion program to perform a given task.
Goal 2: Operate other robotic systems.
- Demonstrate a motion program on Baxter Robot.
- Demonstrate a motion program on an ABB Robot.
- Summarize other robotic programming systems.
Goal 3: Review Fanuc vision hardware and software installation
- Identify robotic components
- Identify vision system components
- Execute vision system software installation
Goal 4: Review iRVision Camera setup, and calibration.
- Plan an iRVision Camera setup.
- Explain iRVision calibration.
- Model a Vision system incorporated into an automation cell.
Goal 5: Design a lighting system for a vision system.
- Layout a vision lighting system.
- Construct a lighting system.
- Test a lighting system.
- Incorporate a lighting system into an automation cell.
Goal 6: Compile a Robotic program using vision.
- Design an inspection vision process.
- Design a Fanuc program incorporating an inspection vision process.
- Design a single-view inspection program.
- Design a Fanuc program incorporating single-view inspection process.
Goal 7: Integrate a robot into an automation work cell.
- Explain an automation work cell.
- Associate a network within the automation cell.
- Engineer an automation process.
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