This course, which provides 6+4 credits and consists of 42 lessons.
The course structure consists of 2 macro subjects: 1. Industrial Robots Programming. 2. Automation in Mechanical Engineering.
In the first macro area the lessons developes: Robot units: motors, bearings, linear actuators, gearboxes, single and double acting cylinders, pilot operated valves, directional control valves, proportional valves and control systems, quick release and push fit couplings, position sensors and electrically operated circuits. Circuit diagrams and symbols. Failure modes of fluid power systems. Used in robot programming Regulations, ISO standards, and safety. Provision of services Lock-out/safe- isolation procedures and handing over back to production.
In the second macro area the lessons developes: Basics of mechanical engineering automation. Modern trends in mechanical engineering automation. Automation of discrete production engineering (ADP). Types of automation devices. Sensors and indicators for automation devices. Decision variants and choosing the optimum one. Parts flow automation and automatic devices. Automation technological lines. Robotic complexes. Flexible automation. Flexible manufacturing structures. Principles of NC. NC machines. Technology for NC machines Programming for NC machines. Terminology and based commands; Manual programming. Dialog, computer and parametric programming.