Modern Machine Shop

NOV 2017

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Page 169 of 196 November 2017 MMS 167 MODERN EQUIPMENT REVIEW Spotlight: Robots & Automation three times higher payload (6 to 8 kg or 13.2 to 17.6 lbs) and wider stroke (160 mm or 6.3"), ideal for automating the movement of delicate or heavy objects in applications such as pick-and-place, CNC machine tending, packaging and palletizing, and assembly. The gripper has no external wires, and the end joint can rotate infinitely, making it as flexible and dexterous as the robotic arm itself. It uses electricity instead of compressed air, which saves space and energy, in addition to making it easy to use. Compatible with all Universal Robots cobot a r m s, th e RG 6, w h i c h m o u nts th e a r m w i th factory-installed safety shields, is said to be fast and easy to install, enabling operators to modify assembly on the shop floor without the assistance of an engineer. With the EROWA Robot Dynamic 150L you start with a system that suits your current needs. If the requirements to your production capacity increase, the system can be expanded modularly at any time. The ERD 150L has a transfer weight of up to 330 lbs and the selective magazine racks can be con gured for a mix of pallets, electrode holders and xtures. Robot Dynamic 150L T H E P I N N A C L E O F C U T T I N G P E R F O R M A N C E V i s i t O u r N e w W e b s i t e 8 7 7 . 9 3 5 . 5 7 2 8 w w w . c o s e n s a w s . c o m U . S . M a c h i n e & P a r t s I n v e n t o r y L o c a l S e r v i c e A v a i l a b l e F a s t R e t u r n o n I n v e s t m e n t

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