Robotics

Industrial Process Robots

Elgin, Ill— Reis Robotics' new line of articulated-arm, six-axis robots feature payload capacities from 6 to 130 kg, and the ability to automate many industrial operations, such as material handling, machine tending, welding and cutting, gluing, coating, and spraying. Special aspects include ac drive technology with a digital, error-tolerant absolute measuring system to eliminate the eff...

By Staff March 1, 1998

Elgin, Ill— Reis Robotics’ new line of articulated-arm, six-axis robots feature payload capacities from 6 to 130 kg, and the ability to automate many industrial operations, such as material handling, machine tending, welding and cutting, gluing, coating, and spraying. Special aspects include ac drive technology with a digital, error-tolerant absolute measuring system to eliminate the effects of electromagnetic interference and guarantee precise motion control. Reis’ robots are designed with the “Finite Element Method” to ensure a high rigidity-to-mass ratio, and they also feature improved joint seals for operating in harsh environments. The robot’s controller is also coupled with a teach pendant that improves ease of programming and operation.

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