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Laser Cutting Robots: Precision Meets Productivity
by admin on 23-01-30
Laser cutting robots are powerful yet complex manufacturing tools. While they provide quality results for the manufacturers that deploy them, it’s essential to understand where they fit in the cutting robot lineup. By understanding what they are, the different types of laser cutting robots, and ...
What is a Linear Robot?
by admin on 23-01-23
With automation on the rise, the case for linear robotics, has expanded. Linear robots are a type of industrial robot with two or three principal axes that move in a straight line rather than rotate, functioning at right angles to each-other. The three sliding joints correspond to moving the wri...
When Should You Automate Using a Cartesian Robot?
by admin on 23-01-16
Cartesian robots have broad suitability. So, when are they right for you and your project? This question can’t be answered precisely just through this article. However, a few questions and considerations can help you start down the right path of understanding if cartesian robots are the right ch...
What is a Cartesian Coordinate Robot?
by admin on 23-01-09
Definition, Design and Configurations for Linear Positioning System. Cartesian Robot Definition A Cartesian Robot or a cartesian coordinate robot (also known as a linear robot) is an industrial robot with three primary control axes that are all linear (meaning that they travel along a str...
Pick and Place Gantry Cartesian Industrial Robot
by admin on 23-01-03
Pick-and-place application, such as laboratory use, benefit from cantilevered construction because components are easily accessible. Gantry robots are Cartesian coordinate robots with horizontal members supported at both ends; physically, they are similar to gantry cranes, which are not necessar...
What is a Cartesian Robot used for? Linear Robotic Applications.
by admin on 22-12-26
Computer numerical control machines (CNC machines) and 3D printing are two typical applications for Cartesian coordinate robots. Milling machines and plotters use the most straightforward application, in which a tool, such as a router or a pen moves around an X-Y plane and is lifted and lowered ...
Differences between Cartesian, Six-Axis, and SCARA Robots
by admin on 22-12-20
Cartesian Robot’s Load The load capacity of a robot (as specified by the manufacturer’s ) required to be greater than the total payload’s weight at the end of the robotic arm with tooling parts. SCARA and six-axis robots are constrained because they carry loads on extended components. For exampl...
How linear motion systems can lead to better performing diagnostic equipment
by admin on 22-12-12
Medical facilities to deliver the most accurate and efficient. Motion control solutions from FUYU – which include linear actuators, ball-screw actuators and linear guides – are proving how they can make a difference when it comes to delivering clear and consistent real-time results. Diagnostic e...
Key Linear Motion Design Details For Harsh Environments
by admin on 22-12-05
Linear motion systems are exposed to a range of extreme industrial environments. Careful specification and selection of motion system components, as well as a thoughtful engineering review can mitigate risks in harsh industrial conditions. A critical step in designing any mechanical linear motio...
Top Five Mistakes in Choosing and Using Linear Guides
by admin on 22-11-28
Specifying the guide itself is the easy-part learn how to avoid pitfalls in mounting, installation, and even choosing a plating. Linear guides are precision mechanical assemblies that operate as part of a system. As such, they can only perform to the degree that they are properly integrated into...
Linear motion for robotic handling in automated warehouses
by admin on 22-11-21
When designing and configuring an automated warehouse, one design goal is to keep the system as light and compact as possible. Depending on the size of the load being moved, there are two common types of automated warehouses. In lighter applications, aluminum structures can handle loads up to 10...
Laser Welding Robots: The Future of High-Speed Manufacturing
by admin on 22-11-14
An Introduction to Laser Welding Robots As manufactured components become more complex, demand for precise assembly solutions arises. This issue compounds as plastic manufacturing produces more sophisticated parts. Laser welding provides a solution for these issues. Laser welding also makes weld...
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