Ergonomic manipulator

  • 07-Jul-2011 02:59 EDT
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The pneumatically powered Famatec Friendly ergonomic manipulator from Haeco precisely counterbalances heavy loads to allow an operator to suspend, rotate, tilt, and transfer product with precision. Equipped with appropriate end-of-arm tooling, it is suitable for manipulating, transferring, or installing product that ranges from automotive assembly to pallet loading for wheels, bags, dashboards, and small engines. Its three different models offer load capacities of 330, 550, and 880 lb (150, 250, and 400 kg) with a working radius of 20 ft (6 m). Adaptable to the operator’s preferred working height and position, the Friendly allows loads to be smoothly and progressively positioned and placed during assembly, suspended for further processing, or transferred from one location to another.

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