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Pavelrehor
12-28-2018, 07:50 AM
I am selected for the final round of an international science competition named iken Scientifica. In this final round, I have to choose any two topics among these 5 topics- Industrial Mechanics / Energy Conservation / Robotics / CAM mechanism / Hydraulics and then I've to make a model on them.
So I was just wondering that what is industrial mechanics and how can I make a model based on it? Please explain about industrial mechanics as much as you can.
And please give some short explanations on the rest 4 topics too.
Thank You...!!!



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mossfiljass
09-13-2020, 04:04 AM
Industrial mechanics can also be called precision motion control or factory automation. It is a close cousin to robotics, but is different primarily in the form factor. An automated assembly machine contains a number of work stations or automation components, each one of which can be considered a robot. A model of industrial mechanics could be a machine that converts corrugated cardboard into boxes, or a machine that sorts M&Ms by color, or a machine that assembles a ballpoint pen, or a machine that solves a completely randomized Rubik's Cube, or ???? Use your imagination!!
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