Mitsubishi RH-CH Low Cost SCARA Robots

July 13, 2018

 

RH-CH SCARA Robot

You can now have the infinite flexibility and speed of a SCARA robot without the high cost.

The RH-CH line of compact industrial SCARA robots are lightweight, full-function robots ready to meet the needs of today’s manufacturers at a price for even the most budget-conscious of customers. With a range of payloads, reaches, and protection ratings to choose from, these robots are well-suited for Pick & Place, Assembly, Material Handling, and Packaging applications. Equipped with the same powerful CR751-D controller found on other F-Series robots, and sporting a number of valuable options as standard equipment, the RH-CH line of robots provide users with excellent value and performance.

Benefits of MEAU’s new RH-CH low cost SCARA robots include:

  • Compact, space saving arm reduces floor space requirements
  • Lightweight robot arm (<18 kg) easy to handle and install
  • High-speed movement and positioning – Cycle time 0.44s/0.41s/0.43s (3CH40/6CH60/6CH70) Accommodates processing of more demanding applications
  • Standard equipment – I/O points: 32 inputs/32 outputs, capable of controlling up to eight axes, thru-arm wiring and piping, 2 channel encoder interface
  • High performance controller – Same high performance CR751 controller found on other F-Series model robots
  • Easy operation – Teaching can be easily executed via teach pendant or with the RT-ToolBox3 PC programming software
  • Lower cost – Reduces the barrier of entry for more budget minded users without sacrificing quality

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Cognex DataMan ®  8070 Series High Performance DPM Code Quality Verifier

May 24, 2018

Cognex 8700 reader1Barcode verification is the process of grading the quality of barcodes. Barcode verifiers capture images and generate reports to demonstrate compliance to parameters within industry standardization guidelines.

The DataMan® 8070 series verifier is packed with powerful lighting options, robust grading algorithms, a high-speed processing engine, and a high-resolution camera to capture and grade the most difficult DPM codes. As the only DPM verifier on the market with 30-, 45-, and 90-degree lighting options, the DataMan 8070 verifier can easily illuminate codes on textured, curved, and even highly reflective surfaces.

Schunk DDF 2 Media Feed Through Providing Unlimited Rotational Movement

April 13, 2018

Schunk pass throughThe DDF2 rotary indexing table provides unlimited rotational movement for robot applications. The DDF 2 is designed for media feed-through of electric signals and pneumatics for use on robots with infinite rotation.

The ISO mounting pattern provides for easy assembly to most types of robots without the need of additional adapter plates. A complete series of 12 sizes offers three combinations of pneumatic and electrical feed through. Newly developed, smooth running and long lasting seals ensure low torque requirements, allowing smaller, more economical drives.

https://schunk.com/us_en/gripping-systems/series/ddf-2/

IXA SCARA Robot from IAI – Fastest in the Industry

March 19, 2018

IXA SCARA Robot

Fastest in the Industry! Introducing the New SCARA Robot IXA!

The high-speed IXA SCARA Robot holds the fastest cycle times and yet achieves a lower price than previous SCARA models. The arch motion smoothly blends both horizontal and vertical motion to accomplish continuous high-speed cycle times.

1. Fastest Cycle Times

The following measurements were taken during arch motion cycle operation under the following conditions.

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2. Achieves a Lower Price
The new SCARA robot is even more affordable than previous models. Plus, it offers even better performance and functionality.

3. Low Vibration, Accurate Positioning
Higher rigidity and optimized control mean significantly less vibration while stopping.

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4. Equipped with a Battery-less Absolute Encoder as Standard
There is no need to replace batteries and less maintenance.

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5. Mechanical Structure/Features

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Download IAI’s IXA SCARA Robot Brochure

Clayton Controls Partners with SCHUNK

February 16, 2018

Clayton Controls is excited to announce our partnership with SCHUNK.

Clayton and SCHUNKSCHUNK is the world’s No. 1 for handling technology and gripping systems – from the smallest parallel grippers to the automated handling of workpieces.

SCHUNK offers the world’s largest range of automated handling and gripping systems and with more than 2,550 SCHUNK grippers, the broadest range of standard gripper components on the market.  learn more…

Wireless Data Setting for Electric Cylinders

February 1, 2018

Set operation conditions with wireless connection

IAI TB3 teachingNow The ELECylinders position adjustments and operating conditions can be set by the TB-03 teaching pendant from outside the equipment, even without a cable connection.
The TB-03 can monitor the operating status of up to 16 axes while receiving wireless data from the ELECylinder. Error recovery time can also be shortened by troubleshooting with wireless connection.
The ELECylinder electric actuators replace air cylinders. With multi-positioning it can start and stop smoothly at high velocity, reducing cycle times.
TB-03 Teach Pendant ELECylinders

Tolomatic MXB-S Linear Belt Drive Actuator

January 9, 2018

Tolomatic MXBSThe MXB-S is a compact belt drive linear actuator for use in applications requiring light to moderate load carrying and guidance. The bearing system of the MXB-S linear belt drive utilizes two field-replaceable solid bearings that optimize performance, rigidity and life. Featuring a trapezoidal, self-cleaning bearing system, the MXB-s linear belt drive a good choice for applications in paper production or sawmills. This low-cost, economical belt drive actuator features speeds up to 100 in/sec (2540 mm/sec) and thrusts up to 418 lbf (1860 N). All MXB-S linear belt drive actuators are built-to-order in stroke lengths up to 200 inches (5080 mm).

  • 6 body sizes
  • Oversized pulley bearings for longer life
  • High-power polyurethane belt resists stretching
  • Easy access belt tensioning system with no disassembly required
  • Field replaceable bearings for extended service life
  • Large, flexible carrier mounting surface

Tolomatic MXB-S Linear Belt Drive Actuator

Numatics 502 Series Directional Control Valves

December 18, 2017

High flow rates and the widest range of accessories

Numatics 502 with logoNumatics 502 Series valves (18mm) have up to 30% greater flow than the products they replace — making them ideal for design engineers desiring a more compact valve, or for those who want to increase a machine’s work capacity using the same size valve.

The 502 Series joins a family of high-performance sub-base mounted directional control valves (501 Series and 503 Series) that have higher flow rates and the greatest range of pneumatic ‘sandwich’ components (pressure regulators, pressure shut off, exhaust flow controls) that allow an almost infinite number of configurations based on the customer’s requirements.

Rethink Robotics Introduces Intera 5.2 with Insights

November 17, 2017

AHP Sawyer screenRethink Robotics’ recent release of Intera® 5.2 is an expansion of its first-of-its-kind Intera software platform that provides critical data insights to manufacturers in real time. Rethink Robotics’ Sawyer™ gives operators and line managers valuable data at a glance, including metrics such as cycle time, part count, speed and force.

The new feature, Intera Insights, displays key performance indicators (KPIs) via a customizable dashboard on the robot’s on-board display, making it accessible directly on the factory floor. The same charts are also fed back to the Intera Studio platform, providing visibility to other members of the manufacturing team.

Solutions in Motion and Technology Forum

November 6, 2017

Sim Truck and LogoMitsubishi’ mobile showroom brings its full array of motion control solutions directly to our customers. In addition to the Solutions in Motion showroom, our Automation Partners will be on hand displaying the latest in industrial automation technology.

November 16th – Camarillo, CA

November 17th – Costa Mesa