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12/22/2016

Robot Model for Transfer, Inspection, Palletizing

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TM Robotics, in partnership with Toshiba Machine, introduces the BAIII robot, part of Toshiba Machine’s BA Cartesian series.

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TM Robotics, in partnership with Toshiba Machine, introduces the BAIII robot, part of Toshiba Machine’s BA Cartesian series. According to the company, this model is a true plug-and-play solution, since all cables, junction boxes, brackets, motors and controllers are supplied with the actuators, meaning that there is no need for calibration between the motor and the actuator or the motor and the controller. In addition, the robot is designed to offer simple programming for user-friendly operation.

The BAIII offers a high payload capacity, meaning that a horizontal mass of 250 kg with a two-axis combination is capable of carrying as much as 100 kg. The robot can run at speeds as high as 2,000 mm/sec.

The robot’s actuators have oil-free bearings, minimizing maintenance requirements. The length of actuator ranges from 50 to 4,450 mm, and a variety of axis combinations are offered. AC servomotors and absolute encoders are available in all models, ensuring accuracy and eliminating the need to perform a home-positioning routine. Applications include transfer, inspection, palletizing, assembly and sealing. 

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