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12/25/2017

SR-3iA SCARA Robot Offers Compact Design

Originally titled 'Robot Offers Compact Design'
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FANUC’s SR-3iA robot features high-speed operation for pick and place, assembly, testing/inspection and packaging processes in a range of industries.

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FANUC America Corporation’s SR-3iA SCARA robot features high-speed operation for pick and place, assembly, testing/inspection and packaging processes in a range of industries including consumer electronics, auto component, plastics, food and beverage, lab automation, appliances and medical device manufacturing. The design is compact and lightweight, the company says.

The robot offers a 3-kg payload, 400-mm reach, and 200-mm stroke. Powered by the R-30iB Compact Plus controller, the robot offers integrated iRVision, force sensing, conveyor tracking, fieldbus connectivity, integrated safety, and most other software options. According to the company, FANUC’s SCARAiRProgrammer software interface is for programming with tablets or PCs, and can be accessed via a Web browser.

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