Which requirement of the individual industry solutions is in the foreground?
What terms and images do we use to describe particular forms?
Can a robot – similar to a child – learn to sensory explore and distinguish the different form proper types?
Eight, banana, band, basin, mountain, bump, bend, pear, arch, braid, hunk, hump, bracket, bosom, roof, dam, lid, dent, diamond, doughnut, dune, level, corner, egg, bay, compartment, bevel, rim, ridge, joint, fork, corridor, dormer, miter, thread, summit, globe, ditch, ridge, border, belt, neck, hook, hammer, undercut, spar, horn, hubble, hill, Hull, tile, ridge, cannelure, edge, cap, wedge, notch, kettle, chain, lobe, node, cone, collar, wreath, crater, scrape, brim, crystal, crown, runner, crest, Curve, lamella, lance, batten, ledge, lens, pilaster, hole, curl, spoon, blowhole, mast, hollow, nut, hub, needle, seam, nest, net, rivet, nipple, nub, groove, ornament, oval, Pile, Pan, Pipe, Arrow, Pillar, Plow, Post, Pick, Pilaster, Slab, Plateau, Pedestal, Bollard, Puck, Wheel, Frame, Ramp, Edge, Grid, Shelf, Rail, Bolt, Groove, Gutter, Rib, Crack, Pipe, Roll, Round, Column, Hem, Serpetine, Shaft, Redoubt, Slice, Shard, Snake, Loop, Slit, Slice, String, Barrier, bowl, swell, swell, sinew, sector, scythe, crescent, base, sole, column, spoke, spindle, spiral, point, sliver, spoiler, spring, stem, step, waist, valley, bag, cup, terrace, beam, funnel, barrel, grape, eave, tower, rampart, wall, wave, winding, vault, cloud, worm, root, spigot, fence, pinnacle, prong, point
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This wide range of materials is to be processed at the participating craft companies:
Solid spruce wood for cello lids, molded wood materials for spiral staircases, composite materials or aluminum for vehicle parts, carbon offcuts for orthotic construction, and a wide variety of plastics for 3D shaping in the field of design and art.
How is the experience of craftsmanship in handling a wide variety of materials transferred to a sensory and learning system?
For example, can the vibration of a wooden panel be evaluated and used to control the grinding process?
Styrofoam 15 kg/m³
Foam 35 kg/m³
PU rigid foam 80-1,200 kg/m³
Spruce wood 500 kg/m³
Oak wood 800 kg/m³
Ebony 1.300 kg/m³
Carbon fiber materials (CFK) 1.600 kg/m³
Solid surface material 1,700 kg/m³
Glass fiber materials (CFK) 2,500 kg/m³
Aluminum (Al) 2,700 kg/m³
Iron (Fe) 7,900 kg/m³
- implements individual projects
- acquires digital tools
- designs working processes
- preserves traditional knowledge about materials and processing
- trains and enables the use of new technology
- continues to develop in each project
- functions decentrally
- remains on a human scale
- combines spatial thinking, technical intelligence and manual skills
Which applications are primarily suitable for rough pre-sanding, which for polishing? Intermediate or final machining?
Which quality increases are possible due to the uniformity of the robot movement?
Where can unnecessary sanding paths and traverse movements in machining be reduced, thus making the process more efficient?
Even the skilled crafts have to deal with serial or similar components in individual projects.
But how adaptable do systems have to be in order to ensure optimum setup times even in one-off production?