repeat accuracy

repeat accuracy

[ri′pēt ′ak·yə·rə·sē]
(control systems)
The variations in the actual position of a robot manipulator from one cycle to the next when the manipulator is commanded to repeatedly return to the same point or position.
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purchase of two-arm collaborative robot quantity for part 1: 1 piece technical specifications: Maximum repeat accuracy: At least 0.02 mm maximum load (per arm): 500 g or more maximum tcp speed: 1.
The high precision gantry system enables a repeat accuracy better than +/- 5[micro]m and feature sizes as low as 10[micro]m.
Furthermore, the high-speed 3D sensors feature a linearity of +/- 0.05 per cent of the z-range and repeat accuracy of 0.5[micro]m, which allows very accurate measurement results.
The sensors feature a linearity of +/-0.05 per cent of the z-range and repeat accuracy of 0.5[micro]m, which gives accurate measurement results.
A typical disadvantage common to test methods is low repeat accuracy.
For maximum possible measurement and repeat accuracy, the thermocouple modules should be mounted in locations with low temperature variations.
The robots have three servo-driven axes that are designed for fast movements with repeat accuracy, resulting in an increase in productivity by nearly 20 percent.
All three models have a repeat accuracy of 0.05 percent.
Company's HP70 Pick-and-Place direct-drive component is thin (60mm wide), compact and fast at over 100 cycles per minute with a repeat accuracy of 0.01mm.
The digital pressure control provides a higher repeat accuracy and a stable zero point.
It contains a 100% solid state, six function timer, and timing ranges from .01 seconds to 9,999 hours with repeat accuracy 0.03 to 0.05g.
The DMC 60 H linear is designed for high-precision, accuracy, and reliability in serial production: It provides a positioning accuracy of less than 4 jam, with a repeat accuracy of less than 6 pm.