My name is Samir Gutić.
I was born on July 27. 1974. in Tojšići, Bosnia and Hercegovina.
Since year 2001 I have degree in electrical engineering (faculty for electrical engineering in Tuzla).
After that, for six years I have been working as a computer network designer, video surveillance and alarm system designer. Besides that, I was programming in Visual Basic 6.
For one year I was head of computer repair shop. (All within the same company).
On 2007 I have come to Slovenia as a programmer and operator of robotic cell for metal sheet bending.
During six years of work with robot I have perfected existing bending cell adding additional sensors, grippers (magnetic and vacuum) and similar and I have created more than 700 programs.
On 2009 company acquired CMT welding cell with ABB robot and turning tables. I'm making programs for that robot and FRONIUS CMT welder.
On year 2012, I have personally created robotic cell for spot welding with ABB IRB 4400/L30 robot and SEVERSON spot welding machine.
By myself I have made connections between robot and spot welding machine, system for automatic welding program loading, cooling fluid control, turning on and off magnets on gripper and table, welding electrodes position control and similar.
For that robot, on IRC4 controller, I have made all needed work objects and welding programs.
At the end of year 2012 company acquired fourth robot - KUKA KR16. For that robot I have created all coordinating systems and manipulating with digital inputs and outputs in order to add him to spot welding cell.
I'm very accurate (regarding time and profession) and do not stop if I ran on problems.
I can speak and write in English.
I have finished my masters on July 27. 2013. with subject: 'Robotic cells for metal sheet processing' so now I have masters in electrical engineering.
Below are some video clips about my work with robots.
How to create interlayer with metal sheets and place them as you wish?
Bending half-bended small peaces:
How to teach robot to write?
A very strange and very complicated bending:
The CMT weldig with second ABB robot:
It wasn't me, but there is my voice in the background :)
This is an example of quite complicated welding with interchange rotation:
How to bend box closed from all four sides with two bends? Because of that, opening of the box becomes too narrow to pullout tools. That's why I used a trick:
ABB support once told me that, during bending, robot MUST hold metal piece from below (bottom side). But I needed that robot, during bending, holds upper side of the bended piece. So, they told me that it is not possible. Then I have made my program exactly as I needed - robot is holding UPPER side of the metal piece during bending. Seems that is not impossible after all.
Here are examples of a standard and reversed bending I did.
Here is the video of entire bending process for this piece.
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