3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components

P. S. Ogun, Zahid Usman, K. Dharmaraj, M. R. Jackson

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Abstract

Robotic assembly systems either make use of expensive fixtures to hold components in predefined locations, or the poses of the components are determined using various machine vision techniques. Vision-guided assembly robots can handle subtle variations in geometries and poses of parts. Therefore, they provide greater flexibility than the use of fixtures. However, the currently established vision-guided assembly systems use 2D vision, which is limited to three degrees of freedom. The work reported in this paper is focused on flexible automated assembly of clearance fit machine components using 3D vision. The recognition and the estimation of the poses of the components are achieved by matching their CAD models with the acquired point cloud data of the scene. Experimental results obtained from a robot demonstrating the assembly of a set of rings on a shaft show that the developed system is not only reliable and accurate, but also fast enough for industrial deployment.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICMV 2015
PublisherSPIE
Pages(In Press)
Volume9875
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventInternational Conference on Machine Vision - Barcelona, Spain, Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 19 Nov 201521 Nov 2015

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Machine Vision
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period19/11/1521/11/15

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Robotic assembly
Machine components
Robots
Computer vision
Computer aided design
Geometry

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Keywords

  • 3D vision
  • robotics
  • automated assembly
  • object recognition
  • point cloud matching

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Ogun, P. S., Usman, Z., Dharmaraj, K., & Jackson, M. R. (2015). 3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components. In ICMV 2015 (Vol. 9875, pp. (In Press)). SPIE.

3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components. / Ogun, P. S.; Usman, Zahid; Dharmaraj, K.; Jackson, M. R.

ICMV 2015. Vol. 9875 SPIE, 2015. p. (In Press).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Ogun, PS, Usman, Z, Dharmaraj, K & Jackson, MR 2015, 3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components. in ICMV 2015. vol. 9875, SPIE, pp. (In Press), International Conference on Machine Vision, Barcelona, Spain, 19/11/15.
Ogun PS, Usman Z, Dharmaraj K, Jackson MR. 3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components. In ICMV 2015. Vol. 9875. SPIE. 2015. p. (In Press)
Ogun, P. S. ; Usman, Zahid ; Dharmaraj, K. ; Jackson, M. R. / 3D Vision Assisted Flexible Robotic Assembly of Machine Components. ICMV 2015. Vol. 9875 SPIE, 2015. pp. (In Press)
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