Compensation of thermal effects and cutting-forces acting on ultra high-precision robots

While dealing with sub-micrometric precision robots, all the events that can deform the robot structure or change its physics proprieties cause a loss of accuracy. In this paper we will focus on two significant issues: the first is the thermal changes acting on the robot and its environment, the second is the deformations caused by the cutting-forces generated during the robot usage. We describe a strategy to measure the deformations caused by those two effects and we propose a calibration procedure to compensate them in real-time.


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Actuator 10, Conference Proceedings, 391-396
Presented at:
12th International Conference on new Actuators, Bremen, Germany, June 14-16, 2010
Year:
2010
Publisher:
Messe Bremen-Hvg Hanseatische Veranstaltungs-Gmbh, Findorffstrasse 101, Bremen, 28215, Germany
ISBN:
978-3-933339-12-6
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