Product Features

 

Product Features

MELFA Smart Plus

2D vision sensor enhancement function

AI function

A vision application can be set up easily by following the instructions on the setting screens even when robot programs that require specialist knowledge have not been created.

For details on this function, please refer to the catalog "MELFA Smart Plus".

Supported robots

Robot Type Robot controller RT ToolBox3
FR series, CR series CR800-D/R/Q Ver.C2b or later. Ver.1.91V or later

The steps from easy set-up to creation

  • Steps from settings to program creation can be performed easily by following the steps on the screens.
  • Robot systems can be set up easily using the vision sensor without specialist knowledge.
  • Checking the animation enables for anyone to find the application you want to set up easily. It enables to select the desired application while checking the motion.
  • Calibration and application program are automatically created, enabling immediate operation checks.
  • The automatically created program can be customized for your system.
2D vision sensor enhancement function

Various vision applications

  • Different types of applications are available for various vision alignment including pick-and-place operations and grip error correction.
  • Up to five types of workpieces can be registered per application (same program).
  • Checking the animation enables for anyone to find the application you want to set up easily.

Application example video

Clicking one of the following application illustrations, and you can see the animation movie of the application installed in this function.

Pick a part using a fixed camera
Video length 0:11sec
1.Pick a part using a fixed camera

Camera: Fixed downward-facing camera x 1
Target for compensation: Pick-up point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Pick a part using a hand camera
Video length 0:14sec
2.Pick a part using a hand camera

Camera: Hand camera x 1
Target for compensation: Pick-up point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Correct grip errors using an upper looking fixed camera
Video length 0:14sec
3.Correct grip errors using an upper looking fixed camera

Camera: Fixed upward-facing camera x 1
Target for compensation: Grip error
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Correct grip errors a side looking fixed camera
Video length 0:14sec
4.Correct grip errors a side looking fixed camera

Camera: Fixed sideways camera x 1
Target for compensation: Grip error
Robot Type: Vertical type

Play the video

Pick a part using a hand camera
Video length 0:28sec
5.Pick a part from palette using a hand camera

Camera: Hand camera x 1
Target for compensation: Pick-up point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Using a hand camera, correcting grip errors by fixed camera
Video length 0:24sec
6.Using a hand camera, correcting grip errors by fixed camera

Camera: Fixed sideways camera x 1, Hand camera x 1
Target for compensation: Pick-up point, Grip error
Robot Type: Vertical type

Play the video

Correct grip errors and place a part 1
Video length 0:22sec
7.Correct grip errors and place a part (1)

Camera: Fixed upward-facing camera x 1, Hand camera x 1
Target for compensation: Grip error, Placement point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Correct grip errors and place a part 2
Video length 0:22sec
8.Correct grip errors and place a part (2)

Camera: Fixed upward-facing camera x 1, Hand camera x 1
Target for compensation: Grip error, Placement point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video

Correct grip errors and place a part 3
Video length 0:23sec
9.Correct grip errors and place a part (3)

Camera: Fixed upward-facing camera x 2, Hand camera x 2
Target for compensation: Grip error, Placement point
Robot Type: Vertical type or Horizontal type

Play the video