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Precise Automation Robots – 6-Axis
PF400 Collaborative Robot
Collaborative robots are mechanisms that can be safely used next to people without the need for safety barriers, which are expensive, consume a great deal of bench/floor space, and obstruct access to equipment. The PF400 is the world's first collaborative SCARA robot. All of the contact forces generated by this mechanism are limited so that the robot cannot hurt a user even if it collides with them at full speed, making it safe to operate side-by-side with personnel. In fact, after careful evaluation by our customers, hundreds of PF400’s are in daily use in applications without safety barriers.
This low-cost, quiet OEM mechanism has its motion controller, harnesses and power supplies embedded within its structure to eliminate extra enclosures and simplify installation. This space saving design, together with a novel geometry, allows the PF400 to service many stations in an extremely small work cell. Combined with absolute encoder servo motors, which do not require any motion to home during start-up, and the collaborative aspects of the robot, which eliminate the need for barriers, the PF400 significantly reduces the size and cost an automated cell. The lightweight PF400 can be carried by one person, mounted on a table and, by plugging in just an AC power cord and an Ethernet cable, is ready to operate.
6-Axis Articulated Collaborative Robot
The PAVP6 is a collaborative, tabletop six-axis articulated robot. The intrinsic collaborative capability of this robot permits it to be safely used next to people without requiring safety barriers, which are expensive, consume a great deal of bench/floor space, and obstruct access to equipment. Furthermore, all control electronics and power supplies are built into the robot's base creating an extremely compact structure that eliminates extra controller cabinets, external harnessing and complicated installations and integrations. This space saving design combined with the robot's collaborative aspects, low cost, reliable mechanism and excellent position repeatability make the PAVP6 an ideal choice for applications that require 6-axis capabilities and where size, safety and costs are critical.
The lightweight PAVP6 can be carried by one person, mounted on a table and, by plugging in just an AC power cord and an Ethernet cable, is ready to operate. The PAVP6 is an ideal choice for automation in a mixed manufacturing environment. Due to its collaborative design, small footprint, embedded controller and absolute encoder servo motors (which do not require any movement at start-up), it can be easily integrated into a previously manual process. Interacting side by side with human counterparts, it can improve both the cost and workflow of existing applications.