Hard-arm assisted manipulators have been widely used in machining and manufacturing, automotive parts, construction machinery, power distribution, automotive, petroleum, chemical, paint, ceramics, textile, building materials, home appliances, electronics and other fields. But there are still many people who do not know what kind of equipment the hard-arm power manipulator belongs to? How to achieve the force balance of the hard-arm power-assisted manipulator. Today, we will briefly introduce it.
A. What equipment does the hard-arm manipulator belong to
The hard-arm manipulator is a custom-made device to save labour, improve production efficiency and ensure product quality.
1. Hard-arm power-assisted manipulator, also known as pneumatic balance crane, is a new auxiliary equipment for material handling labour-saving equipment, especially suitable for certain precise positioning and assembly requirements.
2. Rigid arm assisted manipulators are a cost effective and safer solution to most ergonomic problems. They are used by a wide range of industries to reduce operator back injury and fatigue while increasing throughput. All manipulators and attachments are custom designed.
3. These are systems with momentum, with different lifting capacities and arm lengths, and carry the weight that the operator must lift.
Depending on the constraints of the project, hard-arm assisted manipulators are mostly fixed products, suspended on rails built into the superstructure, thus increasing the working space.
II. How to achieve the force balance of a rigid-arm manipulator
The force balance of a rigid arm manipulator is achieved by using a valve to adjust the piston pressure to balance the end load of the fixture in the event of a load change.
The principle of force balancing is cleverly used to create a zero-gravity state for the part. The gravity of the part is then balanced by the corresponding gas control system so that the operator requires only a small operating force when processing the product.
As the weight is in a floating state in the lifting position, the operator can push and pull the weight by hand and place it correctly anywhere in space without the need for skilled button operation.