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World's fastest robot by Staubli Robotics

World's fastest robot by Staubli Robotics

(0:51) Staubli's high speed robot demonstrated at Automatica 2012 in Munich. How long before even the cheapest labour will not be cheap enough to compete?

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cengland0 cengland0 (1712 days ago)
Not sure I would call this the world's fastest robot. I believe some pick and place machines actually perform more operations per second than this Staubli robot. LINK I have also seen bottling machines put caps and labels on bottles so fast you cannot see them unless you slow down the video.
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Not sure I would call this the world's fastest robot. I believe some pick and place machines actually perform more operations per second than this Staubli robot. LINK I have also seen bottling machines put caps and labels on bottles so fast you cannot see them unless you slow down the video.
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MyName MyName (1712 days ago)
Boreme's example was definitely faster, your one was 4:59, Boreme's only 0:51. Plus Boreme' video didn't feel the need to put a soundtrack over it, which I always prefer..
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Boreme's example was definitely faster, your one was 4:59, Boreme's only 0:51. Plus Boreme' video didn't feel the need to put a soundtrack over it, which I always prefer..
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cengland0 cengland0 (1712 days ago)
You confused shorter video with faster robot. Audio does not change the facts.
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You confused shorter video with faster robot. Audio does not change the facts.
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MyName MyName (1712 days ago)
Oh I get you. I think Boreme's is a shorter robot too.
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Oh I get you. I think Boreme's is a shorter robot too.
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glortman glortman (1712 days ago)
cengland0, you might not be considering the distance traveled by the effector, the fact that the effector is changing both its initial and final target with each operation, or the number of degrees of freedom required for each operation (6) which may still make this the fastest.
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cengland0, you might not be considering the distance traveled by the effector, the fact that the effector is changing both its initial and final target with each operation, or the number of degrees of freedom required for each operation (6) which may still make this the fastest.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1712 days ago)
If you are only considering the distance traveled by the effector and not how many things it does per second, then it's still not the fastest machine. I'm sure there's some robot out there that can shoot bullets faster than the speed of sound. Any robot with a CRT has electrons shooting toward the phosphor at the front glass at nearly the speed of light with enough full page scans to refresh the screen 30 times per second.
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If you are only considering the distance traveled by the effector and not how many things it does per second, then it's still not the fastest machine. I'm sure there's some robot out there that can shoot bullets faster than the speed of sound. Any robot with a CRT has electrons shooting toward the phosphor at the front glass at nearly the speed of light with enough full page scans to refresh the screen 30 times per second.
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Guest: The Terminator (1712 days ago)
Wait: they are still using Cathode Ray Tubes in 2013 high-tech killer robots? That sounds like an obvious Death-Star-ventilation-sh aft-like flaw that could be exploited by someone like @JohnConnor to take down SkyNet! Got to get word to the resisten-..no! don't shoo.. HUMAN TRANSMISSION ENDED PROBING MESSAGE RECIPIENTS FOR TERMINATION.
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Wait: they are still using Cathode Ray Tubes in 2013 high-tech killer robots? That sounds like an obvious Death-Star-ventilation-sh aft-like flaw that could be exploited by someone like @JohnConnor to take down SkyNet! Got to get word to the resisten-..no! don't shoo.. HUMAN TRANSMISSION ENDED PROBING MESSAGE RECIPIENTS FOR TERMINATION.
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MyName MyName (1711 days ago)
lol. :-)
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lol. :-)
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Guest: Stoopid-Texan (1711 days ago)
Are you in any autistic? I am not being disrespectful, but in all your posts and replies you never spot humour or irony. Or are you having a double laugh by taking seriously a point you know to be made in jest? Curious....
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Are you in any autistic? I am not being disrespectful, but in all your posts and replies you never spot humour or irony. Or are you having a double laugh by taking seriously a point you know to be made in jest? Curious....
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cengland0 cengland0 (1711 days ago)
Not autistic but generally speaking, I rarely find things humorous. I would describe myself as being pessimistic. I do not find enjoyment in anything and am just existing on this earth until my demise. However, while I'm here, I'm going to make the best of it and make my unhappy life as comfortable as possible.
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Not autistic but generally speaking, I rarely find things humorous. I would describe myself as being pessimistic. I do not find enjoyment in anything and am just existing on this earth until my demise. However, while I'm here, I'm going to make the best of it and make my unhappy life as comfortable as possible.
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Guest: steve-o (1710 days ago)
A straight reply and respect for that. I think you may not be surprised to know that many people I've met share your outlook. Exisitence is pretty baffling at the best of times.
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A straight reply and respect for that. I think you may not be surprised to know that many people I've met share your outlook. Exisitence is pretty baffling at the best of times.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1710 days ago)
I do like sleeping -- that's my favorite hobby. :)
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I do like sleeping -- that's my favorite hobby. :)
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Guest: (1711 days ago)
did you know it takes the same amount of effort to be happy or unhappy its just a state of your mind i find it sad you feel this way about life but you may have your reasons
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did you know it takes the same amount of effort to be happy or unhappy its just a state of your mind i find it sad you feel this way about life but you may have your reasons
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Guest: steve-o (1710 days ago)
Just to say also that whilst I may not always agree with your posts I always enjoy the back and forth. There is usually a good reason for what you say, and you are a good communicator. Have you ever read the Ray Bradbury Story "The Blue Bottle"? by the way - surprising ending - but one you may relate to.
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Just to say also that whilst I may not always agree with your posts I always enjoy the back and forth. There is usually a good reason for what you say, and you are a good communicator. Have you ever read the Ray Bradbury Story "The Blue Bottle"? by the way - surprising ending - but one you may relate to.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1710 days ago)
Latest comment: No, I haven't read too many books in my life. Of course I know how to read but I'd prefer watching the movie instead. When I do read, it's usually technical manuals and reference guides. Regarding the book, "The Blue Bottle," it seems it's from the 1950's and with all the new books out there now, if I did select a book to read, it would probably be one that is being discussed by some of my local friends.
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Latest comment: No, I haven't read too many books in my life. Of course I know how to read but I'd prefer watching the movie instead. When I do read, it's usually technical manuals and reference guides. Regarding the book, "The Blue Bottle," it seems it's from the 1950's and with all the new books out there now, if I did select a book to read, it would probably be one that is being discussed by some of my local friends.
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Guest: (1712 days ago)
i wouldn't call an assembly line and attached machines a robot
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i wouldn't call an assembly line and attached machines a robot
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Guest: Submitted as a guest (1712 days ago)
Future Android wanking looks definitely promising.
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Future Android wanking looks definitely promising.
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Guest: steve-o (1711 days ago)
I knew there was a good use for robots, but had not until this moment realised what it would be!
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I knew there was a good use for robots, but had not until this moment realised what it would be!
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Guest: (1711 days ago)
I'm pretty sure the one on the left had the pea under it.
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I'm pretty sure the one on the left had the pea under it.
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