Dynamic analysis of cable robots is not the same as that of other parallel robots because cables can only pull an object but they cannot push. Therefore, the manipulator is able to perform a task only if the force in all cables are non-negative. Accordingly, the workspace of cable robots is defined as a region in space where the end-effector is able to exert the required wrench (force and moment vectors) to the surroundings while all cables are in tension (non-negative forces). Many research works have focused on workspace analysis and optimization of cable robots. Work-space and controllability of cable robots can be enhanced by adding cables to the structure of the robot. Consequently, redundancy plays a key role in the design of cable robots.
First, kinematics and dynamics of the robot model in order to use in the control loop. Then, the different method of controlling loop especially linear, nonlinear, robust and adaptive used to control the robot in present of noise and disturbance force. Finally showed that the robust method was the best one in presence of disturbance and if the model of the robot was not accurate, adaptive method benefits from the capability of controlling in this situation.