Pick and place robotics has been around for decades, and it
can be straightforward if the parts are always in a precise location. But in
the real world, parts can come in boxes such as gaylord packaging.
To automate bin
picking, robots need to be able to see and adapt to random part locations and
orientations. Some bin picking systems
use 2D cameras to determine part location for picking, but these systems can
fail when the bin is very full or nearly empty.
To avoid this iss…
Source URL: VIDEO: 3D Vision Random Bin Picking with Hardware Agnostic Software
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com