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1/18/2010

Machine-Tending Robots

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Denso says its VS and VM series of six-axis articulated robots are useful for machine tending as well as secondary material-handling operations including polishing, washing, measurement and inspection.

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Denso says its VS and VM series of six-axis articulated robots are useful for machine tending as well as secondary material-handling operations including polishing, washing, measurement and inspection. The concealed electrical wiring and air lines, as well as the robots’ ability to tuck themselves into tight, space-saving postures, reduces interference with surrounding equipment and facilitates integration. In addition, the robots can be mounted either upright or inverted without the need for special tooling.

 
The VS and VM series have reaches ranging from 650 to 1,300 mm and can handle payloads as heavy as 10 kg. Both standard and dust- and mist-proof (IP65) models feature repeatability of ±0.020 mm. The robots are ANSI and CE compliant for global deployment, and UL-listed models are available in both the United States and Canada.
 

Easy-to-use programming software, controllers and teaching pendants are also offered, including 3D simulation software that allows offline programming and remote monitoring of robot operations.

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