• Corpus ID: 27382994

ROBOT PATH OPTIMIZATION FOR SPOT WELDING APPLICATIONS IN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

@inproceedings{Boek2013ROBOTPO,
  title={ROBOT PATH OPTIMIZATION FOR SPOT WELDING APPLICATIONS IN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY},
  author={Pavol Bo{\vz}ek},
  year={2013}
}
Preliminary notes The paper discusses the problem of effective motion planning for industrial robots. The first part deals with current method for off-line path planning. In the second part is presented the work done with one of the simulation systems with automatic trajectory generation and off-line programming capability. A spot welding process is involved. The practical application of this step strongly depends on the method for robot path optimization with high accuracy, i.e. the path… 
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