Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Robot controlling apparatus and robot system










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8141962.

A robot controlling apparatus ensures that the maintenance work can be property and safety practiced and efficiently uses the space of the housing of the robot controlling apparatus. A robot controlling apparatus is provided with a first housing (1) for accommodating first internal devices (6), a second housing (2) for accommodating second internal devices (7), and a front door (3) supported by a first hinge (4), which is provided on a side of the first housing, being capable of freely opening and closing, wherein a second hinge (5) is provided on the sides of the first and the second housing and the entire first housing is supported by the second hinge being capable of freely opening and closing with respect to the second housing and the accommodating portion (11) extending from a front portion of the second housing under the second front opening.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Method of generating integrated circuit model
Surface emitting laser device, surface emitting laser array, optical scanning device, and image forming apparatus
Air scent dispenser
Terminal and method of controlling the same
Method or system for investing and/or trading
Arrangements and method relating to communication bearers
Methods for selective reverse mask planarization and interconnect structures formed thereby
  Randomly Featured Patents
Method and apparatus for input classification using a neuron-based voting scheme
Pen cap or similar article
Thermal imaging system
Garment attachable patch
Backpack
Feedback mechanisms for multicast/broadcast service in wireless communication networks
Wear-resistant connector for a modular link conveyor belt
Relational database management system and method of operation
Thin film metal non-oxide coated substrates
Device including magnet-biased magnetoresistive sensor and rotatable, magnetized encoder for detecting rotary movements