Kuka Robot Application
Thank you for your interest in our Kuka Agilus Robots - Lucy & Ethel! These robots are intended for specific projects/research and are available to current Maker Pass holders. Filling out this application helps the Jacobs Institute determine if your project is an appropriate fit for our robot work cells. Some robotic operations are messier, faster, or more dangerous than what is currently possible in our work cell, and this application will help us figure that out. If your application is accepted, you will be granted access to the Kuka Agilus robots and will need to consult with Cody Glen about the necessary next steps.
If you are a researcher, who is your PI?
What is your affiliation to the Jacobs Institute?
Tell us a little more about yourself:
DES INV Faculty
Jacobs-affiliated Course Faculty
DES INV Student
Jacobs Engineering Design Scholar
Innovation Catalysts Grantee
Jacobs Staff (Including Work-studies)
Students in Jacobs-affiliated courses (NON-DES INV)
Club and/or Team
Other: Berkeley Faculty, Berkeley Staff, and Students
Briefly, why do you think the robots are the right tool for you? Can your project be accomplished in ANY other way?
Have you run a CNC before? Do you have any experience with a 3-axis machine?
How much experience would you say you have with robots and/or machine operation?
New to the subject
Some relevant knowledge
6 months to a year
1 - 3 years experience
4 - 9 years experience
10+ years experience.
Briefly, what are you trying to make and/or what are you trying to do with the robots?
What kinds of end-effectors do you intend on putting on the robots? Are you buying the tools or are you building a custom tool? Does your tooling need additional support ( Air / Power / Data)?
Is your project or process inherently messy, toxic, noxious, or otherwise unhealthy and would require additional support systems for the health and safety of those who work at the Jacobs Institute?
Any additional extenuating circumstances, or other considerations not covered in the above questions, that you feel are important to address?
Special requirements or considerations? Final thoughts? Questions, comments or concerns?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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