OWI-535 Robotic Arm Edge Manual

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Assembly ond lnstrucfion Monu<rl
For SAFETY during Assembly
To safelyassembleand usethis robot,
pleasebe carefulof the followingpoints:
O Readthe instructionmanualthoroughlyand be sure that
you understandit beforebeginningassembly.Followthe
instructionscarefullyto ensurecorrectassembly.
O Exercisesufficientcarewhen usingtools.
OTo providethe requiredfunctions,some kit partsmay be
small,havesharpedges,or be madeof metalor glass.
Partsshouldbe handledcarefullyaroundsmallchildren
to preventthemfrom puttingthe partsin their mouthor
injuringthemselveswith the parts.lf a childswallowsa
partor bag,consulta doctorimmediately.
Also,be sure
to tear the bagswhichcontainsthe partsand discard
themwherethey cannotbe reachedby children.
O Followthe instructionsregardingheat dispersionfor parts
whichgenerateheat.
OAssemblethe kit accordingto the instructionsin this
manual.
Attemptingto changethe productspecifications(pressure
resistance,electriccurrent,etc.)from thosespecifiedby
this companyat the time of designmay resultin
malfunction
or an accident.
O nOeOTlC ARM EDGEspecifications,
shape ,etc.are
subjectto changewithoutnotice.
Additional cautions regarding ROBOTICARM EDGE
OWhen using batteries,pleasebe carefulof the
followingpoints:
1.
terminals
Insertbatterieswith the polarity(+7-;
positionedcorrectly
2.
Do not short-circuitbatteryterminals,disassemble
batteries,applyheatto them,or discardthem in fire.
liquidleakage,
Doingso may resultin heatgeneration,
or explosion.
3.
After use, be sure to removethe batteries.
4.
Keep batteriesand the batteryholderfrom gettingwet.
lf they get wet, removethe batteriesand wipe the
batteriesand batteryholderdry with a cloth.
ELPFUL HINTS Before ASSEM
fCutting of parts
Use a penknifeto cut small parts off the
runners.Cut the parts so that burrs remain
on the parts,and then file off the burrs
from the small parts after cuttingthem free
off the runners.
f Using tapping screws
tapping screws, like wood screws,can cut
threads in the materialsthey are screwed
into at the same time as they fasten parts
to that material.
lf you tighten a tapping screw in one
motion,it will become hard to turn the
screw at a certain point, it may become
impossibleto fully tightenthe screw, and
the screw head may break. A better way is
to tightenthe screw until it becomes
difficultto tighten further,then loosenthe
screw slightlybefore retighteningit further.
Repeatthis actionseveraltimesuntilthe
screw is completelytightened.
f lgntening of screws and nuts
lf screws and nuts are not tightened
sufficiently,they may loosenwhen
ROBOTICARM EDGE is operated,
resultingin parts fallingoff during
operation.On the other hand,
overtighteningmay cause parts to become
warped, making movementdifficult,or in
the worst cases, impossible.Tighten
screws and nuts sufficiently,but without
overtightening.
a. A good way of
tightening the
tapping screws
1. Screw in.
2. Looseena little.
3. Screw in again.
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f MecnanicalParts List
Parts requiredfor assemblyare maintainedin the
mechanicalparts list. This will help identifyparts in the
assemblyprocess.
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Contents
ROBOTIC
ARM EDGE:
1. ProductIntroduction
P.1
2. ToolsYouMayNeed
P.1
PartsList
3. Mechanical
P.2
4. PlasticParts
P.3
5. MechanicalAssembly
P.5
WiredControl Box:
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1. Product
Introduction
.-.-. p.z7
2. ToolsYouMayNeed
..' p.27
3. Mechanical
PartsList
. p.2T
4. Pfastic
Parts
5. MechanicalAssembly
How it Works
. ... p.z8
. p.2A
p.31
TroubleShooting
.. p.33
CircuitDiagram
.. . p.33
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Edge,commandthe gripperto
openand close,wristmotionof 120degrees,an
extensiveelbowrangeof 300degrees,baserotation
of 270 degrees,basemotionof 180degrees,
verticalreachof 15 inches,horizontalreachof
12.6inches,andliftingcapacityof 1009.
WOW! Someof the addedfeaturesincludea
searchlightdesignon the gripperand a safetygear
audibleindicator
is includedon allfivegearboxes
to preventany potentialinjuryor gearbreakage
duringoperation.
Maximumlift: 1009.
D i m e n s i o n s : 9 " Lx 6 . 3 " W x 1 5 " H
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Wired Control
Usingfive leversto controltheRoboticArmEdge
movesup and down,left and right,anotheron-off
switchto controlthesearchlight.
Connectwithmainunitby a 100cmflatcable.
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FinishedProduct
M3:ElbowMotion
M2:WristMotion
M1:Gripper
SearchLight
M4:BaseMotion
M5:BaseRotation
30
1. Pushany leveron the wiredcontrollerto startoperation.
2.The different12 movements
of the RoboticArmEdgeas shownbelow:
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31
3.Workingarea:
4. All the fivegearboxesequippedwithsafetygear,whenthe armopen, close,up or
lowerto the maximumposition,and userkeepspushingthe buttons,the safety
gear willstartto workto protectthe gearboxandmake'da,da,da...'sound.
5. To extendthe lifeof gearbox,releasethe buttonsonceyou hearthe safetygear
emit 'da,da,da'sound.
1. Ensureallwiringsarecorrect.(Please
[email protected] page23,24)
please
2. lf the RoboticArmEdgedoesnot haveany responseto the wiredcontroller,
checkif the 'BATTERY'
and 'GND'connectorsare in rightposition,and alsoif the
batteriesare placedin correctpolarity.(Please
refer(Donpage13 )
3. lf the RoboticArm Edgemoveswrongdirection,pleasecheckif wiringof Ml , M2,
M3,M4,M5 are reversed.(Please
[email protected] page23,24)
4. lf the searchlight
doesnot light,pleasecheckif the 'L' connectoris correct.
(Pleaserefer(D(Eonpage23,24)
Wired Control Box
RoboticArm Edge
33
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