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12/23/2015

High-Payload Robot Machines, Deburrs in Tight Spaces

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Designed for high performance in reduced workspaces, Comau’s NJ130-2.0 high payload robot provides a compact work area and a maximum horizontal reach of 2,050 mm.

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Designed for high performance in reduced workspaces, Comau’s NJ130-2.0 high payload robot provides a compact work area and a maximum horizontal reach of 2,050 mm. According to the company, the robot can handle 130 kg with high dexterity in small spaces where the radius is less than 2 m, while providing high velocity, precision and repeatability. These features, combined with high torque on the arm’s fifth and sixth axes (638 and 314 Nm, respectively), are said to make the robot ideal for deburring, machining and handling applications.

The robot is part of the Comau NJ robot family, designed to reduce weight and overall dimensions in order to obtain better performance as well as reduced cycle times and power consumption while complying with eco-compatibility and safety requirements.

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