This laboratory is used by the research group IEA (Industrial Engineering and Automation) for research on flexible and agile production systems; on high performance systems in robotics; on cyber-physical systems for Industry 4.0 and research in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. The lab is also used to show new technologies to students and other stakeholders.
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The main research focus is on Industry 4.0, Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics as well as Additive Manufacturing.
The laboratory contains the following main instruments/machines:
1 Adept Quattro (parallel robot);
1 Adept i600 Cobra (scara robot);
1 ABB IRB 120 (six axes robot);
1 Universal Robot UR3 (lightweight robot);
Standard and flexible robot grippers.
4 assembly workbenches Bosch Rexroth
2 electric industrial screwers Weber
1 knee lever press
1 system for flexible feeding Flexbowl
1 Kanban rack
2 RFID scanner
2 RFID handhelds
1 RFID printer
1 3D printer - Fusion Deposition Modeling, 3ntr A2v2 (working volume 620x350x490 mm, 3 extruders);
1 3D scanner ATOS Core, GOM.
1 Smart Touch Table for simulation of Industry 4.0 construction processes;
Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset and Touch Controller;
High Performance PC System for Virtual Reality;
FlexSim 3D simulation software for production and logistics;
VSF Visual Shop Floor software for smart production;