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by Mikell P. Groover,Mitchell Weiss,Roger N. Nagel,Nicholas G. Odrey


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by Mikell P. Groover, Mitchell Weiss, Roger Nagel. The authors bring it all together from design to use. And there is no shirking from peripheral activities such as CAD-CAM and artificial intelligence.

Published in CAD/CAM, robotics, and computer vision 1986. From the Publisher: Taking an interdisciplinary approach to robotics,this new book covers such topics as robot technology,robot programming,applications,machine vision,artificial intelligence,and related social.

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He holds the following degrees all from Lehigh: . 1961) in Arts and Science, . 1962) in Mechanical Engineering, . He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania (since 1972).

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Industrial Robotics encompasses the entire spectrum of the state of the art. It provides a unique, interdisciplinary treatment of robotics-showing the contributions of the various fields of mechanical, electrical, and industrial engineering, and computer science, to robotics. The authors bring it all together from design to use. And there is no shirking from peripheral activities such as CAD-CAM and artificial intelligence.

Industrial Robotics: Technology, Programming, and Applications epub download

ISBN13: 978-0070249899

ISBN: 007024989X

Author: Mikell P. Groover,Mitchell Weiss,Roger N. Nagel,Nicholas G. Odrey

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: McGraw-Hill College; 1St Edition edition (March 1, 1986)

Pages: 546 pages

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Sadaron above the Gods
I'm a mechanical engineer recently out of college, and got this book because I found myself wading in to the world of industrial automation and robotics with my work, and it seemed like one of the cheapest books on the subject out there. It was a great place to start. Despite being written in 1982, I found that almost everything within these pages was still completely relevant in today's workplace. The mechanics, design theory, electrical and system design, control theory, and general layout of this book are an excellent reference. I was impressed by how well the book took just about every subject I had studied in college and applied it to robotics. The other great thing about this book is that it's written and organized in a way so that you can learn everything cover-to-cover, or simply go through the sections that are relevant to you. If I had this book in college, I would have been way more excited about learning some of the material that seemed boring at the time, but is really quite interesting as it applies to robotics.
Sadaron above the Gods
I'm a mechanical engineer recently out of college, and got this book because I found myself wading in to the world of industrial automation and robotics with my work, and it seemed like one of the cheapest books on the subject out there. It was a great place to start. Despite being written in 1982, I found that almost everything within these pages was still completely relevant in today's workplace. The mechanics, design theory, electrical and system design, control theory, and general layout of this book are an excellent reference. I was impressed by how well the book took just about every subject I had studied in college and applied it to robotics. The other great thing about this book is that it's written and organized in a way so that you can learn everything cover-to-cover, or simply go through the sections that are relevant to you. If I had this book in college, I would have been way more excited about learning some of the material that seemed boring at the time, but is really quite interesting as it applies to robotics.
Pipet
This is a core-text of industrial engineering undergraduate studies- a well referenced, attractively presented, comprehensive users guide [pre-1990] to robotics for industrial applications. Beyond that, is the demonstration of the engineering approach to systems development in complex environments (e.g. business) that has a far wider application.
Topics addressed include: the fundamentals, robot technology (control systems and components, robot motion analysis and control, robot end-effectors, sensors in robotics, and machine vision), robot programming and languages (including an introduction to AI), applications engineering for manufacturing (robot cell design and control, and economic analysis for robotics), robot applications in manufacturing (material transfer and machine loading/unloading, processing operations, assembly and inspection), implementation principles and issues (including safety, training, maintenance and quality), and social issues and the future of robotics.
I suspect that a more recent revised version (if available), would be a similarly useful treatment of the subject.
Pipet
This is a core-text of industrial engineering undergraduate studies- a well referenced, attractively presented, comprehensive users guide [pre-1990] to robotics for industrial applications. Beyond that, is the demonstration of the engineering approach to systems development in complex environments (e.g. business) that has a far wider application.
Topics addressed include: the fundamentals, robot technology (control systems and components, robot motion analysis and control, robot end-effectors, sensors in robotics, and machine vision), robot programming and languages (including an introduction to AI), applications engineering for manufacturing (robot cell design and control, and economic analysis for robotics), robot applications in manufacturing (material transfer and machine loading/unloading, processing operations, assembly and inspection), implementation principles and issues (including safety, training, maintenance and quality), and social issues and the future of robotics.
I suspect that a more recent revised version (if available), would be a similarly useful treatment of the subject.