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Dual Arm Robot Does More Than Handling Double the Work

Featuring 15 axes of motion, SDA5D robot is suited for assembly, handling, machine tending packaging, and part transfer applications. It has internally routed cables and hoses that minimize interference and upkeep and simplify programming. Dual independent arms work together, with one able to maintain component while other performs operations on it. System offers payload of 11 lb and has horizontal achieve of 33.three in. and vertical reach of 44 in.
Motoman's SDA-series (slim, dual-arm) loved ones of robots has expanded to include the new SDA5D model. Fast and agile, with "human-like" versatility of movement, these robots provide the achieve, payload, speed, performance and flexibility required to perform a myriad of assembly, handling, machine tending packaging and part
Transfer applications that formerly could only be done by people. SDA-series robots function 15 axes of motion (7 axes per equip, plus a single axis for base rotation). Internally routed cables and hoses reduce interference and maintenance, and also make programming simpler.
Both robot arms can work with each other on one job to double the payload or handle heavy, unwieldy elements, trays or pallets. The ability to make use of dual independent arms to process elements reduces the require for costly custom fixturing and allows end-of-arm tooling to become simple and much less costly. Motoman SDA-series dual-arm robots can maintain a part with one equip whilst performing operations about the component with the other arm, and can also transfer a part from 1 arm to the other with no need to set the part down.
The actuator-based style of the SDA-series robots means that the motor, encoder, reducer and brake for each robot axis are combined in 1 small, lightweight yet powerful package that's significantly smaller than a traditional AC servo motor drive. Benefits consist of a slender equip profile, lightweight robot body and high wrist moment and inertia ratings.
SDA-series robots are operated by the next-generation Motoman DX100 robot and system-level controller that uses patented several robot manage technologies to easily manage several tasks including control of up to eight robots (72 axes), as well as I/O devices, and communication protocols. Featuring a robust PC hardware architecture, the DX100 controller utilizes a Windows CE programming pendant with color touch screen.

Featuring 15 axes of motion, SDA5D robot is suited for assembly, handling, machine tending packaging, and part transfer applications. It has internally routed cables and hoses that minimize interference and upkeep and simplify programming. Dual independent arms work together, with one able to maintain component while other performs operations on it. System offers payload of 11 lb and has horizontal achieve of 33.three in. and vertical reach of 44 in.

Motoman's SDA-series (slim, dual-arm) loved ones of robots has expanded to include the new SDA5D model. Fast and agile, with "human-like" versatility of movement, these robots provide the achieve, payload, speed, performance and flexibility required to perform a myriad of assembly, handling, machin

e tending packaging and part.

Transfer applications that formerly could only be done by people. SDA-series robots function 15 axes of motion (7 axes per equip, plus a single axis for base rotation). Internally routed cables and hoses reduce interference and maintenance, and also make programming simpler.

Both robot arms can work with each other on one job to double the payload or handle heavy, unwieldy elements, trays or pallets. The ability to make use of dual independent arms to process elements reduces the require for costly custom fixturing and allows end-of-arm tooling to become simple and much less costly. Motoman SDA-series dual-arm robots can maintain a part with one equip whilst performing operations about the component with the other arm, and can also transfer a part from 1 arm to the other with no need to set the part down.

The actuator-based style of the SDA-series robots means that the motor, encoder, reducer and brake for each robot axis are combined in 1 small, lightweight yet powerful package that's significantly smaller than a traditional AC servo motor drive. Benefits consist of a slender equip profile, lightweight robot body and high wrist moment and inertia ratings.

SDA-series robots are operated by the next-generation Motoman DX100 robot and system-level controller that uses patented several robot manage technologies to easily manage several tasks including control of up to eight robots (72 axes), as well as I/O devices, and communication protocols. Featuring a robust PC hardware architecture, the DX100 controller utilizes a Windows CE programming pendant with color touch screen.

 

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