A flexible vision-aided robotic workcell for PCB odd-form assembly
Wong, Ming Mao.
Date of Issue1992
Gintic Institute Of Manufacturing Technology
In the PCB assembly industry, despite the existence of numerous insertion and placement machines for the assembly of standard components, there remains around ten to twenty percent of non-standard components (or odd-forms) which are usually assembled manually. These assemblies are labour-intensive and a major cause of bottle-necks. Existing odd-form assembly machines in the local market are mainly pick-and-place robots which are inflexible and suited for low mix, high volume production. With the trend towards flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) to achieve better competitiveness and productivity, a more flexible solution will be required.
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