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  • 1.
    Andersson, My
    et al.
    University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
    Hovbjer, Samantha
    University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
    Från manuella monteringstationer till människa-robot samarbete: Framtagning av en specifikation för HRC2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    As industry 4.0 is rising companies are obliged to work to increase their quality, flexibility and reduce their changeover time. The final year project is written for Högskolan I Skövde and Volvo GTO with focus to identify possible human-robot collaboration tasks in a manual assembly line. The main objective for the thesis is to developed a method for a specification for implementation of virtual collaboration station.

    A central point for the thesis is sustainable development. By reducing non ergonomically and stressful tasks, social sustainability can be increased which can lead to lead to less scrap and quality deviation.

    Presumptions for the thesis are analyzed and discussed where standardized work is a central and important part. Four general collaborations methods are mentioned. A specific collaborative robot where used and its proficiency analyzed during the work, a UR10e. Previous researched mentioned the safety issue related to implementation of a collaborative robot. A recommendation to properly ensure the safety is to perform a risk assessment when the work sequence and layout is generated.

    To identify potential tasks for the collaborative robot data related to the defined stations needs to be analyzed. The conclusion was that only one station included all the five identified potential tasks for the collaborative robot. This resulted in an adjustment of the work order for the selected station and thereby create a human robot collaboration.

    Two implementation suggestions where created and differed only in the location of a specific component. The new position for the component requires a reorganization of the material handling to the station. There are two categories of product variants and the new working sequences reduce the work load because tasks are performed by the robot.

    The generated method to create a specification is based on the work performed during the thesis. This method includes recommendation and methods which will facilitate similar projects. Standardize work is a key factor to create similar prerequisites.

    A recommendation for continual work is to create a virtual environment where a risk assessment can take place in order to generate a safe work environment.

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