Denso Robotics' XR-Series of compact, four-axis gantry robots combines a top-mounted Scara robot combined with a long-stroke beam robot.
Denso said XR saves plant floor space — up to 40 percent more than conventional Scara robots. The robot also can handle parts movement without a conveyor, cutting capital equipment costs.
The line of high-speed robots has a reach of 8-12 inches and an x-axis stroke of 34-66½ inches, with a cycle time of 0.53 second.
Payload capacity is 6.6 pounds.
Scara stands for selective compliance assembly robot arm.
Denso Robotics in Long Beach, Calif., is part of Denso Corp., based in Kariya, Japan.
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