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  • Snake-arm robots capable of coating complex aerospace structures

    OC Robotics has recently completed a contract with Comau Pico Inc. investigating the use of snake-arm robots for aerospace coating applications.

    Currently, standard industrial robots are used to coat the surfaces of separate parts of a structure before it is assembled. These robots are not able to reach the most awkward areas of the assembly.

    OC Robotics has designed a snake-arm robot flexible enough to reach into the assembled structure to apply a uniform coating, increasing production rates.

    Snake-arm robots also offer great potential for improved access in all areas of automotive and aerospace assembly and maintenance such as assembly tasks within a wing box and in situ engine inspection.

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    Thursday, December 15, 2005

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