Design of a Flexible Fixture for Flexible Assembly. A Case Study
Final results of the design of a flexible fixture for holding a family of products during performing of automated assembly by a robot are presented in this paper. To meet the goal, a product family from commercially available products of a wide nature was composed and redesigned for automated assembly. Also, a generic product, having all the attributes of normally required assembly features was developed. The flexible fixture is then designed based on the selection of the product family.
F. W. Liou et al., "Design of a Flexible Fixture for Flexible Assembly. A Case Study," American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Design Engineering Division, vol. 20, pp. 85-91, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Sep 1989.
Advances in Design Automation (1989: Sep. 17-21, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
ASME, Design Engineering Division, New York, NY
Keywords and Phrases
Assembly Machines - Automation; Industrial Plants - Flexible Manufacturing Systems; Automated Assembly; Flexible Assembly Systems; Flexible Fixture Design; Robotic Assembly
Article - Conference proceedings
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