Automate 2022

Update:

Thank you to everyone who visited us at Automate 2022, we hope you enjoyed our booth as much as we enjoyed chatting with you!

If you missed us, check out the demos below or visit our YouTube channel for more.

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Iris Dynamics is excited to be attending automate 2022. Held once every two years, Automate is the largest solutions based automation show in North America. Showcasing automation, robotics, vision and motion control, Automate is the place to find cutting edge solutions and technology. Iris Dynamics will be showcasing the unique features of our motors, including force control, low latency, low TCO and silent operation.

Event Date: June 6th – 9th 2022
location: Detroit, MI – USA

Come Find Us at Booth #4252

Iris Dynamics 6-DoF Motion Platform

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-15-48V (6 UNITS)
CONTROLLERS USED: SUPER EAGLE CONTROLLER

The Iris Dynamics motion platform is built using 6 orca-15-48v  motors. It features the mantis kinematic and washout controller, which is the iris dynamics implementation of Stewart platform motion queuing and control. The primary functions of mantis are to control the actuator positions according to incoming acceleration queues combined with ‘washout’ targets for each of the degree-of-freedom, as well as report the position of the platform.

Bowling Ball Launcher

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-15-48V 
CONTROLLERS USED: EAGLE CONTROLLER

This project demonstrates the force effects that are available when using an orca series motor with an eagle controller. A spring force is commanded to throw the ball in the air, while progressive damping is used to gently catch it. 

Force Linking With a Super Eagle

PRODUCTS USED: orca-6-48v (6 units)
CONTROLLERS USED: super EAGLE CONTROLLER

This project demonstrated how multiple motors can be synchronized using our super eagle controller. when force is sensed on one motor, that force is applied to the others. when not in use a sine wave commands the motors positions.

Biased Force Linking

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-15-48V & orca-6-48v 
CONTROLLERS USED: EAGLE CONTROLLER

This project demonstrates how two motors can be force linked. When force is applied to the shaft of one motor, it is mirrored in the other. A bias is also applied to favor one motor or the other, allowing visitors to easily lift a bowling ball.

Plinko Board

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-6-24V 
CONTROLLERS USED: none

This project demonstrates the kinematic profiles which can be loaded onto the orca motor. Only a button is needed to launch a ball across the board.  

Virtual Gears

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-6-48v 
CONTROLLERS USED: EAGLE CONTROLLER

This project links a virtual gear with a physical actuator. It demonstrates the force effects available when using an eagle controller, including setting a spring and position sensing.  

Climbing Stator

PRODUCTS USED: ORCA-6-48v 
CONTROLLERS USED: EAGLE CONTROLLER

This project features a stationary shaft and a moving stator. This project also highlights the waterproof capabilities of orca series motors and shafts.   

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