Cartesian robot system for motion profiles

Rollon Corporation's Motion Box is a pre-engineered cartesian robot system designed to deliver users six different motion profiles that suit more than 80% of all Cartesian motion applications.

04/02/2016


Rollon Corporation's Motion Box is a pre-engineered cartesian robot system designed to deliver users six different motion profiles that suit more than 80% of all Cartesian motion applications. Courtesy: Rollon CorporationRollon Corporation's Motion Box is a pre-engineered cartesian robot system designed to deliver users six different motion profiles that can be set-up and running in a few hours. Motion Box covers everything from the human-machine interface (HMI) on one side to the output of reliable motion on the other end. The initial system setup is already complete so end users can get parts moving in a repeatable manner. Motion Box has six pre-programmed motion profiles to suit more than 80% of all Cartesian motion applications.

After defining the available space and required motion footprint, users simply check the load and speed requirements. Whether the load is 5 or 50 kg, maximum speeds are based on this variable. User-friendly load and speed charts make it simple to determine travel times for x-, y- and z-axes so that the correct system matches the application. Motion Box also offers flexible integration options via an Ethernet connection. The Cartesian robot system can connect to wider automation setups using EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet, TCP/IP, CC-Link, Profibus and ProfiNet, as well as company networks and control architectures. A streamlined control system also simplifies ease of use.

Rollon Corporation

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