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Application of a Standardized Design Procedure in the Development of Automated Micro-assembly Processes
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
AbstractAutomated precision assembly of e.g. optical systems requires development efforts in manifold domains, such as part feeding, handling, alignment, bonding and quality control. The use of systematic design procedure enables the rapid and complete development of new applications and use cases using existing equipment. Combined with modular equipment and subsystems, the use of a standardized design process significantly reduces development time and therefore costs. A generic methodologydoi:10.1007/978-3-030-72632-4_2 fatcat:iqrbmrc3o5hyfj7wsd5hrecv4y