2013
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-00065-7_18
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Abstract: Despite years of research in the area of robotics, the vast majority of industrial robots are still used in "teach-repeat" mode. This requires that the workpiece be in exactly the same position and orientation every time. In many high-volume robotics applications, this is not a problem, since the parts are likely to be fixtured anyway. However, in small to medium lot applications, this can be a significant limitation. The motivation for this project was a corporation who wanted to explore the use of visual con…

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