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Today, industrial and collaborative robot technology is quite advanced and has reached a certain level. All robots are to stand out in themselves with small differences and advantages. The most important factor that determines how consistently and efficiently the system works is the product feeding systems. In order for the robot or automatic system to work with any product, that part must be fed to the robot or machine. A mechanical arm or system cannot detect the part it is processing, where the part is, or whether it grasps the part in the right direction. A wide variety of feeding systems are available, and all of the methods have strengths and weaknesses to consider.

  1. Sort Order
    Parts are stacked in a precise order (magazine, tray, etc.) The robot knows where the part is.
  2. Vibrating Bowl Feeding
    The bowl is designed according to the shape of the piece and by vibrating the bowl from the bottom part, the piece is carried on the trap roads. Linear vibration systems can also be used as a system complement to deposit and misfire the part.
  3. Flex Feeders
    The system consists of a programmable vibrating part feeder and a 2D industrial image processing system. The parts are poured into the vibrating chamber and transferred to the area where the robot can pick up the part. The parts are brought to the retrievable positions by vibrating and the industrial camera sends the position information (x, y, α) of the product that the robot needs to receive to the robot. It increases flexibility in production and occupies less space than other feeding systems, but the investment cost is higher.
  4. 3D Camera Systems
    The parts are positioned under the 3D camera in a case, parcel or box. The positions of the products that have already been introduced to the 3D image processing based camera system are sent to the robot. It provides the most flexible production and easiest useage among the feeding systems, but the investment cost is high.