Eliminator robot

  • 25-Apr-2008 10:28 EDT
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FANUC Robotics’ five-axis LR Mate 200iC/5H robot, which is designed especially for small-part assembly applications typically handled by SCARA-type robots, meets the needs of a variety of industries including electronics, plastics, and machinery. Its design enhancements and flexibility to quickly adapt to small lot sizes, new styles, and other modifications provides manufacturers an affordable solution for small-part, flexible production. Benefits to customers include: eliminates need for unnecessary and costly fixed automation; ability to design to batch sizes of one by using robots to transfer material vs. accumulating conveyors; and eliminates errors with integrated vision for inline process verification.

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