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Woodworking assistant

01.04.2008
AUTOMATICA 2008
10-13 June 2008
Neue Messe München
Hall B2, Booth 538

The woodworking assistant is intended for use as a versatile tool of a joiner or carpenter in a crafts joinery. It can flexibly carry out various types of tasks in the area of woodworking.

Examples of such tasks are drilling and spraying of wooden parts, which will be presented at AUTOMATICA 2008. The assistant can be coupled quickly and flexibly to different conventional manual tools of a joiner by using just a tool adaptor. At AUTOMATICA 2008, the assistant will be operated in a stationary application, but, if mounted on a pallet in the workshop, it can be transported to different workplaces (e.g. by means of elevating-platform truck or forklift truck).

For operation and programming of the assistant, intuitive man-machine interfaces have been integrated, which include graphics- and speech-based input possibilities.

* Responsible contact person:
Manfred Dresselhaus / Reis Robotics
Phone: +49 6022 503-575
Fax: +49 6022 503-589
E-mail: m.dresselhaus@reisrobotics.de
* Substitute contact person:
Peter Brockamp / Reis Robotics
Phone: +49 6022 503-567
Fax: +49 6022 503-589
E-mail: p.brockamp@reisrobotics.de

Hubert Grosser | idw
Further information:
http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/
http://www.smerobot.org

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