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Robot automation scenarios
The following articles focus on the application of 3D vision in the most commonly used scenarios. The goal is to provide the best robotic programs with detailed explanations to simplify the programming process and save time.
Bin picking: This program allows the robot to pick randomly oriented and overlapping parts from a bin, and place them in a designated location.
Depalletization: This program allows the robot to pick unmixed boxes or bags from a structured pallet and place them in a designated location.
Surface treatment and dispensing: This program allows the robot to follow a designated path relative to the detected part location.
More example programs
The following example programs are useful for getting started with Pickit and your robot (simple pick and place), as well as for automating calibration tasks that are otherwise performed from the Pickit web interface.
Simple pick and place: This program can be a good starting exercise to gain confidence with the Pickit commands and make sure that the robot integration works well.
Robot-camera calibration: This program exemplify how robot-camera calibration can be performed without any human intervention.
Robot-camera calibration validation: This program can be used to automate the calibration validation routine.