2) Place a guard beam of light, an electronic screen, an ultrasound curtain, etc. around the robot. 3) Place a ... 7) Wire the circuitry for all of these to stop the robota#39;s movements, lock its brakes, and cut power. Do not ... 4) Use a control system that includes aquot;user promptsaquot; a double checks that ask the programmer questions like, aquot;Are you sure?aquot; before ... 2) Have all persons having access to the robot read (and sign that they read) a robot safety manual pertinent to the operation. 3) Useanbsp;...
|Title||:||Working Safely with Industrial Robots|
|Author||:||Peter M. Strubhar|
|Publisher||:||Society of Manufacturing Engineers - 1986-01-01|