CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future: Volume III: by Ralph Holmberg (auth.), Birendra Prasad, S. N. Dwivedi, R.

By Ralph Holmberg (auth.), Birendra Prasad, S. N. Dwivedi, R. Mahajan (eds.)

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Sugimoto suggested that during programming or maintenance a person would optimally approach the robot to within a distanee of clear human vision, that is within a range of 20 to 30 em. It was further estimated that at a robot speed of 14 cm/s an industrial robot eould be stopped within this range. At this speed, furthermore, the distanee covered by the robot before being stopped was below 20 em. A speed of 14 cm/s was then recommended as the speed which should automatically be set when the teaehing mode is seleeted.

Hazard prevention in automated factories. 8-1l, July, 1986. 5. ; Human response to unexpected robot movements at se lee ted slow speeds. Ergonomies of advance manufacturing and hybrid automated systems, Elsevier Science, Louisville, aug. 1988. 6. ; Are robots safe? (Yes when they are in tune). The Swedish Institute of Production Engineering Research (IVF), Report i 461921. 7. National Safety Council; Robots. NSC, Safety Data sheet I 1-717-85, chicago, 1985. 20 8. ; Ways of improving industrial safety for the programming of industrial robots.

From an IPA (Institute for Production and Automation) survey of 160 accidents and near accidents connected with industrial robots from various countries, Nicolaisen (10) also observed that in 87\ of the cases the individual was performing programming, reparation or maintenance tasks. Here again the individual was working within the robot's work enve1ope. In only 13 \ of the cases did the accident and/or near accident happen during the normal operation of the robot. The occupationa1 Safety and Health Department of Japan [11] in July 1982 conducted a survey of 190 p1ants which used robots in their production process.

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