In this paper, microassembly system design issues are discussed with requirements, constraints and necessities for the development of an assembly platform, and these issues are shown over a versatile and reconfigurable microassembly workstation which is designed and realized as a research tool for investigation of the problems in microassembly and micromanipulation tasks. First prototype of a workstation and the development of a second prototype with enhancements on mechanical and control structure of the system are presented with details on the configuration of the systems. In addition, several experiments using a workstation are presented both on the first and the second prototypes in different modes of operation such as tele-operated, semi-automated and fully automated by means of visual feedback.
KUNT, EMRAH DENİZ; NASKALİ, AHMET TEOMAN; KHALIL, İSLAM SHOUKRY MOHAMMED; SABANOVIC, ASIF; and YÜKSEL, EBUBEKİR
"Design and development of workstation for microparts manipulation and assembly,"
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences: Vol. 19:
6, Article 12.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/elektrik/vol19/iss6/12