Presented Master Thesis about EtherCat for machine control

Last July, the 10th, Ignacio Rosales finally presented his project based on the development of a machine control system using the real-time EtherCat protocol. This project has been co-directed by Víctor Torres López.

The machine is a pick-and-place machine which was previously developed as part of the 2012 Omron’s CEA award.

Extensive work for reverse engineering the Omron servomotors and integrating into the LinuxCNC fwamework has been required.

As a result, a new architecture for the development of machines, with an excellent real-time response and high flexibility has been tested.

In the video, a demo of the system can be seen.

Great work, Nacho!

 

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