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Manufacturing (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Introduction to Robotics
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1.) Identify the use of robotics in industry, including career opportunities in the field.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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2.) Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures in the robotics industry.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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3.) Identify chemical, mechanical, and solar sources of electricity.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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4.) Explain the relationship of the atom to an electrical charge.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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5.) Explain electrical terms and units of measures, including direct and alternating current measured in amperes, voltage measured in volts, resistance measured in ohms, power measured in watts, and conductors and insulators.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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6.) Identify components of the basic circuit.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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7.) Construct electrical circuits including soldering and breadboarding techniques.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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8.) Explain basic digital principles, including signal levels and signal types.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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9.) Explain various digital number systems.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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10.) Interpret logic gate symbols used in digital circuits.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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11.) Determine the truth table for each logic gate as specified in robotic applications.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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12.) Identify open and closed loop control systems.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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13.) Interpret symbols used in control circuit diagrams.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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14.) Explain types of programming methods and input and output devices used in motion control systems.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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15.) Explain robotic terms, including controller, teach pendant, manipulator, end-effector and end-or-arm tooling, degrees of freedom, work envelope, and power supplies.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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16.) Describe types of robot configurations, including revolute, Selective Compliant Assembly Robot Arm (SCARA), Cartesian, cylindrical, spherical, and jointed-arm.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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17.) Identify specialty robots used in automated systems.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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18.) Demonstrate the proper use of input and output devices for performing robotic tasks.

Manufacturing (2009)
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Introduction to Robotics
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19.) Explain the operation of fluid power systems used in robotic systems.

Manufacturing (2009)
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20.) Evaluate robotic activities.

•  Identifying problems
•  Determining proper repair procedures
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