Using an advanced vision technology option, the IRIS automated robotic work cell can automatically recognize a variety of shapes and objects. Using the acquired data the robot can then trace the edge or any given distance from it.
IRIS automated robotic work cell inspecting speedometer needles for quality using a color sensing camera.
This version incorporates a Mitsubishi RV-2SDB-S15 6-axis 2kg robotic arm and is configured to spray adhesive on athletic shoe outsoles. A real-time vision system captures the orientation of the outsole on the feed system and also determines the shoe size. The machine can then determine the correct output: a unique three dimensional spray pattern that matches the soles profile exactly.
The IRIS flexible robotic work cell with a metering feed belt option to optimize work flow.
The IRIS flexible robotic work cell can utilize multiple tool heads, and can be programmed to automatically switch tools to fit the need. In this application, the user selects the desired candy, IRIS visually identifies if one exists on the belt, and selects the correct tool (if not already equipped) to grab the candy and deliver it to the cup.