IEF Werner linear motion products and solutions from R.A. Rodriguez are proving increasingly popular in the packaging and processing sectors. These along with the company’s new Universal Robot robotic arm, will be its main focus at PPMA 2012.
Both Universal Robot arms are suitable where traditional robots are considered to be too large, too expensive, too noisy or not sufficiently flexible. The new long reach version has all the inherent qualities and user friendliness of its smaller counterpart but can handle double the payload – 10kg – and has a reach of 1,300mm. It is much lighter than other robots in this class and, as it requires no dedicated base, can be moved around from task to task.
All elements of the The R.A. Rodriguez IEF Werner linear motion programme are designed to be freely combined enabling single or multi-axis systems to be created simply and quickly.
The modules are made from extruded aluminium section and, in addition to low weight, provide high dynamic speed, good torsional stiffness, low deflection, high load stability and repeatable positioning accuracy.
R.A. Rodriguez (Stand D72)
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