Collaborative Robots Set Standards for Ease of Use, Reliability and Safety
FANUC introduces the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L (long arm version) collaborative robots that set new standards in terms of ease of use, reliability and safety.
FANUC introduces the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L (long arm version) collaborative robots that set new standards in terms of ease of use, reliability and safety. The company offers the widest range of collaborative robots that can handle products from 4-35 kg. The new 10 kg payload CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L provide a reach of 1249 mm and 1418 mm respectively. Like the entire family of collaborative robots, the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L are designed with FANUC’s world-renowned technology, proven reliability and sensitive contact detection that enables them to work safely alongside people in a variety of industrial and manufacturing jobs.
The CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L collaborative robots offer customers unique advantages including safety rated contact stop detection like all FANUC collaborative robots; easy installion; programming ease; and reliability.
Customers can set up the collaborative robots straight out of the box, even without prior experience using a robot. The ergonomic design includes a lightweight and compact arm that fits in virtually any floor space configuration.
The collaborative robots also feature a compact R-30iB Plus Mini Controller and easily connects with third-party grippers. They offer lead-though teach programming and a new tablet interface with icons for touch control, no programming knowledge required. The CRX-10iA/L arm’s swing motion makes it easy to access/grab parts located behind the robot. The collaborative robots suppors FANUC’s intelligent features such as integrated iRVision and iRPickTool software.
The new CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L collaborative robots will be available in Q2 2020.
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