Kinematic calibration for industrial robots using articulated arm coordinate machines Online publication date: Tue, 11-Dec-2018
by Guanbin Gao; Hongwei Zhang; Hongjun San; Guoqing Sun; Xing Wu; Wen Wang
International Journal of Modelling, Identification and Control (IJMIC), Vol. 31, No. 1, 2019
Abstract: To improve the position accuracy of industrial robots, a novel kinematic model and calibration method using articulated arm coordinate machines (AACMM) is proposed in this paper. The end of the industrial robot is connected to the probe of an AACMM, thus forming a closed kinematic chain. The coordinate systems of the double arms were established, based on which the mapping of the joint angles and the position of the end were derived as well as the nominal value of the kinematic parameters of the industrial robot. A two-step search method was presented for kinematic parameter identification of the industrial robot. The identified kinematic parameters were used to compensate the errors of the nominal kinematic parameters in the controller of the industrial robot. Experiments were conducted to verify the calibration method, which show that after calibration, the average position errors of the industrial robot were decreased greatly.
Online publication date: Tue, 11-Dec-2018
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