Robotic arms

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:53 EDT
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Epson Robots offers the G-Series high-performance SCARA robots for Micro PowerDrive Controllers. SCARAs offer high-speed performance with high payloads and are part of the 168-model G-Series lineup, ranging from 450 to 1000 mm (18 to 39 in) in reach. The company’s smart motion control technology is combined with high-rigidity arm design to achieve improved speed, precision, and low vibration. The robot arms can transport either light or 20 to 100% heavier payloads than previous generations and are available in standard, Class 10 Clean, or IP54/65 configurations in tabletop, wall, or ceiling mount arrangements.

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