Development of Robot Control Method for Curved Seal Extrusion

Paper #:
  • 982366

Published:
  • 1998-09-29
Citation:
Sakai, H., Sugimoto, Y., and Oka, M., "Development of Robot Control Method for Curved Seal Extrusion," SAE Technical Paper 982366, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/982366.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
The glass-integrated Curved Seal Extrusion (hereafter called “CSE”) is a new technology for manufacturing automobile-window mole. This technology is to extrude and stick mole directly on 3-D shaped window-glass by using the combination of a multi-axes robot and an extruding machine. This process could not be realized through the previous robot technology whose primary purpose was transporting goods, which did not necessitate real-time speed control. This time, we adopted a robot for the purpose of processing plasticity molding. For the purpose of improving formability, productivity, and appearance quality, we optimized the robot's movements and devised a method to vary the molding speed of the extruding machine. Furthermore, we have established a mass production technology by developing the optimum robot control method. This method includes: 1)servo float function, 2)simultaneous control of the robot movement and the extruding machine's rotation, 3)locus and speed control of extruding point.
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