Be a Successful Residential Land Developer

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Be a Successful Residential Land Developer by: Harry Colestock

Contents

Chapter 1. Robots Definitions and Classifications

Definitions

Robot Classifications

The Superintelligent Robot

The Intelligent Robot The Nonintelligent Robot

Fixed Automation

Chapter 2. Economic Productivity

Ways to Increase Productivity

Chapter 3. Comparisons Between Robots and Fixed Automation

Case I. Assembly of Liquid Level Monovial

Option 1

Option 2

Case II. Tending Die Casting Machines

Option 1 General Purpose Robot

Option 2 Fixed Automation

Chapter 4. Where to Use a Robot

Human vs. Robot Motion Times

Problem Definition

Case Studies

Chapter 5. Upkeep of Industrial Robots

Design

Building

Set-up

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Chapter 6. Economic Justification

Payback Period

Return on Investment

Present Value of Future Earnings

Comparison of These Three Measures

The MAPI Formula

Chapter 7. Companies Currently Using Robots in Industry

The United States

Japan

Australia

Europe

Others

Chapter 8. Effects of New Legislation

Chapter 9. Human Factors

Chapter 10. Probability Consideration

Input

Output

Chapter 11. Summary and Conclusions

Reasons for Robots

Robot Application Comparison

Checklist

Robot Applications

Future Developments Appendix A: Survey of Robot Manufacturers

Published by: McGraw-Hill: ISBN:0071440526/Edition:2004.

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DescriptionBe a Successful Residential Land Developer by: Harry Colestock

Contents

Chapter 1. Robots Definitions and Classifications

Definitions

Robot Classifications

The Superintelligent Robot

The Intelligent Robot The Nonintelligent Robot

Fixed Automation

Chapter 2. Economic Productivity

Ways to Increase Productivity

Chapter 3. Comparisons Between Robots and Fixed Automation

Case I. Assembly of Liquid Level Monovial

Option 1

Option 2

Case II. Tending Die Casting Machines

Option 1 General Purpose Robot

Option 2 Fixed Automation

Chapter 4. Where to Use a Robot

Human vs. Robot Motion Times

Problem Definition

Case Studies

Chapter 5. Upkeep of Industrial Robots

Design

Building

Set-up

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Chapter 6. Economic Justification

Payback Period

Return on Investment

Present Value of Future Earnings

Comparison of These Three Measures

The MAPI Formula

Chapter 7. Companies Currently Using Robots in Industry

The United States

Japan

Australia

Europe

Others

Chapter 8. Effects of New Legislation

Chapter 9. Human Factors

Chapter 10. Probability Consideration

Input

Output

Chapter 11. Summary and Conclusions

Reasons for Robots

Robot Application Comparison

Checklist

Robot Applications

Future Developments Appendix A: Survey of Robot Manufacturers

Published by: McGraw-Hill: ISBN:0071440526/Edition:2004.

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