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MN356 (tdl: 2/26/02)

Robotic Fundamentals

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COURSE SYLLABUS

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY


Department of Industrial Technology

Course No.:

MN356


Title of Course:

Robotic Fundamentals

Revision:

Fall 2000


Instructor
:

Dr.. Ted D. Loso



(573) 651
-
2653 (Office)


(573) 651
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2104 (Dept. Office)



(573) 332
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1068 (Home)


tloso@semo.edu

(email)


I.

Catalog Description and Credit Hours of Course:


An introduction to robotic fundamentals with emphasis is on terminology, classification, sensors, socio
-
economic

implications, safety, applications, and programming methods. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours
lab. 3 credit hours.


II.

Prerequisites:


MN383 Fluid Power



III.

Objectives of Course:



Upon completion of this course the student should be able to


A.

Select a specific r
obot configuration for a specific manufacturing or assembly operation.


B.

Describe how to select an end effector to meet the requirements of manufacturing or assembly.


C.

Identify the characteristics and capabilities of major robots utilized in industry.


D.

Ef
fectively write robot programs in VAL and V+ with an understanding of its syntax .


E.

Justify the selection of automated equipment or upgrades in automation from an economic
standpoint.


F.

Specify safety considerations for personnel, work area, operations, a
nd machines following
OSHA guidelines.


G.

Describe the integration issues associated with robots and other manufacturing equipment, such
as machine vision, sensors, and safety devices.


H.

Measure robot performance: distance, positioning, accuracy and repeata
bility.


I.

Integrate robot programs and peripheral information (sensors, machine vision) to control a
robot cell.


J.

To understand the basics of a machine vision system.







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IV.

Course Content or Outline:

Week(s)


A.

Introduction to Industrial Robotics.


B.

Robot Cl
assification.


C.

Automated Work Cells and CIM Systems.


D.

End_of_Arm Tooling.


E.

Automation Sensors.


F.

Work_Cell Support Systems.


G.

Robot and System Integration.


H.

Work_Cell Programming.


1.

PUMA 560 Robot and VAL
-
II


2.

Adept 604S and V+


I.

Justification and Ap
plications of Work Cells.


J.

Safety.


K.

Human Interface: Operator Training, Acceptance, and Problems.




L.

Work_Cell Design Case Study.



V.

Textbooks and Selected References:


A.

Rehg, James.
Introduction to Robotics in CIM Systems
, 4
/e, 2000.


B.

Handouts will be disseminate during course.



VI.

Basis for Student Evaluation:




A.

Written Exams




1.

Test 1





25%

(1.2.1.1)



2.

Final Exam




25%

(1.2.1.1)




B.

Laboratory Activity Reports (6)



20%




C.

Robotic Applications P
roject



15%


D.

Quizzes/Abstracts (7)




15%

(1.2.1.1)






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VII.

Letter Grade Assignment:


Letter grades are assigned in relation to the total number of points possible in the course and the
percentage earned by the student. For this course the relat
ionship is as follows:




A

90
-
100%



B

80
-
89%



C

70
-
79%




D

60
-
69%



F

Below 60%



VIII.

Lab Fees:


There is a $10.00 lab fee for this course to cover the reproduction costs for the handouts.


IX.

Student Expectations


A.

This syllabus and the cou
rse schedule are both tentative. You are responsible for knowing the
information in the syllabus and schedule, and for noting any changes announced in class.


B.

YOU are responsible for attending lectures and labs, reading assignments prior to lectures, and

collecting all materials distributed during class periods. If, for any reason, you are late to class
or miss a class period, you are to obtain any handouts or assignments from the instructor or a
classmate.


C.

The instructor must be contacted PERSONALLY (
no email or messages) at least 24 hours
before any exam, in order to make alternate arrangements. Students missing an exam without
notifying the instructor as above will receive a zero grade for that exam.


D.

Quality of Submitted Work:


Presentation and sty
le are extremely important. Any work submitted for course credit,
including lab reports and exams, the student is responsible for expressing his/her solutions of
written material in a neat, orderly and legible fashion.


X.

Attendance Policy:


Students a
re held responsible for all course material covered in a class(es) he/she does not attend,
including any announcements, homework assignments or exams.


XI.

Academic Honesty


Academic dishonesty is an offense against Southeast Missouri State University. A

student who has
committed an act of dishonesty has failed to meet a basic requirement of satisfactory academic
performance. This, academic dishonesty is
not

only a basis for disciplinary action, but is also relevant
to the evaluation of the student’s leve
l of performance. Academic honesty requires that students do not
cheat, use another students work in the place of their own (Plagiarism), or knowingly assisting another
to do so. Also, unauthorized access to or changing of grades on examination is unacce
ptable.


XII.

Disabilities Statement


If you have special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act and need course materials
in alternative format, notify your course instructor immediately. Reasonable efforts will be made to
accommodate yo
ur special needs.