Publications / 1988 Proceedings of the 5th ISARC, Tokyo, Japan

Painting and Finishing Robot for Wall Surface

Seigo Tokioka, Katsuya Nishikata, Ryuichi Sekiguchi, Masafumi Wada, Hiroichi Inagaki, Sachio Sakai
Pages 421-430 (1988 Proceedings of the 5th ISARC, Tokyo, Japan, ISSN 2413-5844)

The object of this development is to complete a robot system which is capable of executing a series of wall finishing works. The system can adhere to the wall surface and move freely there, and automatically perform short-blasting and painting with a respective unit on it. As part of the study, in order to finish such works to perfection, a spray type painting mechanism and a short-blasting mechanism to treat the wall surface uniformly are developed and installed on the robot. In this paper , is reported the development of a wall-climbing robot, an automatic painting unit and a short-blasting unit. At the end of this paper , we discuss the automatic painting robot.

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