Pittsburgh-based Conair Group said its BE-950 pick-and-place robot is like a beam robot but priced like a sprue picker.
The unit has standard pneumatic power on the vertical and kick strokes, and electric drive for horizontal motion.
The BE-950 can handle payloads up to 6.6 pounds. It boasts a 1.5-second takeout time and an 8-second overall cycle. The standard 90-degree wrist rotation allows parts to be placed, under control, onto a belt conveyor or table. The robot can be programmed for multiple drop locations.
Other key dimensions include a 37-inch main-arm vertical stroke, a 57-inch horizontal stroke and a 6-inch main-arm strip stroke.
Tel. (412) 312-6000, fax (412) 312-6320.