Subspace-based Identification of Compliance Dynamics of Parallel Kinematic Manipulator
A high-bandwith robot-workpiece interaction requires a stiff robot without resonances in the frequency range of operation. In this article, the compliance dynamics of the Gantry-Tau parallel kinematic robot were identified using subspace-based identification and physical modeling. Measurements were performed both with a camera vision system developed and with a laser tracker. Although promising simulation results for another Gantry-Tau prototype exist, both vision and laser tracker experiments identified multiple resonances around 14 Hz, which can reduce force control performance.
- Technology and Engineering
- parallel manipulator
- subspace-based identification
2009 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics