The laboratory is used for educational and research activities, the outputs of which are focused on the application of compressed air in automation and robotic technology. It enables the mastery of basic routines in the deployment of pneumatic mechanisms (connection of basic circuits solving various application problems) as well as problems in the connection of electropneumatic connections. In addition to technical equipment, technical documentation and other educational aids are also available. The laboratory is equipped with audiovisual technology. The capacity of the laboratory is about 10 to 12 students.


1. Training stands SMC PNEUTRAINER 200
-stands allow teaching the basics of pneumatic circuits, connection of circuits controlled manually, mechanically and by air.

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2. Stand for teaching pneumatic mechanisms
- multi-purpose stand (diploma project output, author Ing. P. Mamontov) designed to master the design of pneumatic mechanisms for selected types of application determination from the kinematic arrangement to the implementation phase completed by recovery and programming (SIEMENS LOGO !, or SIEMENS SIMATIC 7).

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3. Small pneumatic mechanism based on one-sided magnetic gripping
- model of a two-axis pneumatic manipulator with a magnetic gripper (with a permanent magnet - DP Baločková) for manipulation with a perforated steel object (controlled by a small controller SIEMENS LOGO!).

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4.Small pneumatic mechanism based on a precise two-jaw gripping effector
- model of a two-axis pneumatic manipulator with a pneumatic for manipulation with rotating objects (controlled by a small controller SIEMENS LOGO!).

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5. 4-finger multi-cell pneumatic gripping effector
- model of a pneumatic gripping effector (output of a diploma project, author Ing. M. Franko) with a kinematically coupled finger movement (controlled by 5/2 and 5/3 C. C. pneumatic valves and a small SIEMENS LOGO! controller).

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6. Pneumatic press
- model of a pneumatic press with a safety arrangement of two-hand control (output of the diploma project, author Ing. R. Hudák) (drive force approx. 3500N at 0.5MPa).

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