Geometric, Kinematic and Dynamic modeling of Cartesian Robot

Al Hanoon G., Al Margeh M.B., Naser A.D.


The goal of modeling any robot is to achieve the function for which it was designed in perfectly manner. When we model a robot we aim to find the equations that govern the robot geometric, kinematic and dynamic variables. In this paper, we studied the Cartesian robot (three prismatic D.O.Fs) to find the geometric and kinematic and dynamic models. First, we use the geometric model to find workspace. Then, we find linear speeds of robot’s links by using the kinematic model, we also study singular configurations. Finally, a dynamic model is carried out to calculate the forces and torques that are used to choose the motors for robot joints.


geometric modeling; kinematic modeling; dynamic modeling; cartesian robot

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