Six-Axis Robots Allow Additional Operations

Stäubli’s six-axis robots are designed to provide all the advantages of simple Cartesian systems—high speed, slim forearms and simple programming—without the limiting features that restrict the incorporation of additional tasks.

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Stäubli’s six-axis robots are designed to provide all the advantages of simple Cartesian systems—high speed, slim forearms and simple programming—without the limiting features that restrict the incorporation of additional tasks. Plastics range robots are said to be well-suited for applications where additional operations are required, such as in mold decoration and labeling, insert loading, assembling and fitting components, precision stacking, or packaging.

The company offers a variety of solutions for the automation of the moldmaking process, including its Quick Mold Change (QMC) systems, which are designed to help with automating mold clamping systems, mold transfer loading, energy connections and production automation. Custom multi-coupling systems enable end users to define all their own parameters, ensuring that fluid pressure, flow, electrical, environment and more are all addressed.