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Factory Automation And Robotics Applications

A description of the factory automation products and robotics uses is given here:

  • Vehicles and Motorcars
  • Airplanes
  • Building Materials
  • Touch Systems
  • Market Goods
  • Carbon Goods
  • Weight
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Materials
  • Pharmaceutical and medical devices (accurate drug concentrations, blood pressure, hearing aids and heart rate monitoring)
  • Robotic Appliances
  • Electronics & Conductors

Microelectronics Automation and Robotics Applications. Here is a list of the microelectronics automation and robotics applications:

  • Microwave tool
  • Photographs
  • FRID
  • Satellite Materials
  • Science Tool
  • Checkers and Monitors
  • ¬∑Wireless Networking Elements

Four Types of Factory Automation Systems. There are currently four distinct types of automation systems in service, each with one different purpose:

CIM:

Comprehensive integration of plant and industrial operations by computerisation is the automation of industrial production. Computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) CIM programs have the following components:

  • Automated cranes and moveable systems
  • Optical-system control development project
  • Computer assisted design CAD and computer aided engineering (CAM)
  • Computer-supported preparation
  • Development and machine driven scheduling
  • Flexible Machine Systems
  • Robotic devices

Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS):

Flexible automation systems are expanding the functionality of programmable devices to allow for improvements at or with minimal time loss. Via lightweight systems a range of products may be handled in medium sized lots.

Programmable:

Programmable automation systems require process modifications and rearrangements to accommodate adjustments in performance and improvements. Numeric controller devices are often used by a computer system to generate batches of particular items. You may pick up a hundred or a few thousand items. Programmable automation systems match the sequential production with similar items to enhance performance. Programmable control lines have non-productive loops for swapping equipment and configuring batch reprogrammes.

Stiff, rough or rigid:

In defined control systems, machinery determines cycle sequence. With minimal effort these systems may be changed or modified. Technology is typically limited to an item of broad scale, for example cars.