Industrial Robots

Basic concepts, techniques, and limitations of modern industrial robots; industrial automation; robot programming languages; definition and description of a robot work space; application of transform and operator matrices in industrial robotics. Student projects include computer programming of forward and inverse kinematics, and application programming with an industrial robot.

Same as EID 458

3 credits. Prerequisite: ME 351 or ECE 320

Course Code: ME 458

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