PhD student Sondre Sanden Tørdal has started the work on motion compensation of an industrial robot with a moving base. See this YouTube video for the latest experimental results.
Kristiansand Katedralskole Gimle (KKG) visited the Motion-Lab for the second time. The teacher Jan Erik Berg and a class of 20 students completed an exercise demonstrating how to program an Universal UR5 robot, see this Exercise Material. In addition, PhD …
Industrial robot controller with open controller mounted on top of E-Motion 8000. PhD student Sondre Sanden Tørdal will work on motion compensation in 6-degrees-of-freedom as part of the SFI Offshore Mechatronics centre.
The Motion-Lab receives funding for extending the measurement capabilities (in Norwegian).
The following Master thesis in Mechatronics used the Motion-Lab during the spring semester, 2015: Kim Are Altenborn and Arne Østtun, “Modelling, Simulation and Control of a Variable Axial Piston Pump.” The supervisors were Morten Brøvig Thomassen (Servi Hydranor) and Michael …
Report from visits by Automasjon og Data.