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Mechatronics Lab: Robotic Assembly Cell Simulation

Mechatronics Lab: Robotic Assembly Cell Simulation

Course Type
Lab
Level
Basic Studies / Bachelor
Semester

Winter Semester

Summer Semester

Creditpoints
4 CP
End of Registration
n.a.
Course Beginning
n.a.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Simulation programmes are becoming increasingly important for the planning and realisation of industrial  manufacturing plants. One important factor is the heightened planning security, which lowers risks for companies. This allows for shorter payback times, as costs and anticipated revenues of a given plant can be taken into account early on in the planning.

This lab takes place in the rooms of the match in the PZH in Garbsen. The lab is offered within the module "Mechatronics Lab" for students in Mechatronics or Mechanical Engineering Masters programmes. The labs are coordinated by the Centre for Mechatronics Hannover (MZH). Specific information regarding the integration of the module into different study programmes can be found in the according course and module catalogues.

COURSE CONTENTS

The lab conveys the basic functions of simulation programmes, using KUKA.Sim Pro. The design fundamentals for plant layouts are covered, as is computer aided offline-programming of robots at the computer. After introducing the basic programme functions, a plant layout is analysed on the basis of economic criteria and according recommendations for action are derived.

The script for this lab contains all necessary knowledge in assembly technology, simulation, fundamental robot technology and KUKA.Sim Pro functionalities. A comprehensive understanding of the topics in the script is a precondition for participation in the lab. The script can be accessed via Stud.IP after registering for the course.

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YOUR PROFESSOR

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Annika Raatz
Professors
Address
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
214
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Annika Raatz
Professors
Address
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
214