Advanced Manufacturing Expo (AME) features Precise Automation with the world’s first collaborative four-axis SCARA and Cartesian robots. Precise Automation’s inherently safe designs provide speeds and accelerations much faster than any other collaborative robot while still limiting forces to ISO collaborative robot standards.
Come to booth#502 and see the PF3400 SCARA and the PP100 Cartesian robots move safely faster than any other collaborative robot. This distinctive SCARA design can perform the industry standard pick-and-place cycle time test in 1.4 sec, only slightly slower than many non-collaborative industrial robots and comparable to human operators. Even at the fastest speeds, Precise Automation collaborative robots remain safe for use without guarding!
In addition to offering a competitive price comparable to non-collaborative robots, the PF3400’s unique mechanical design is optimized for collaborative table top applications. This lightweight robot can be carried by one person, mounted on a table and, by plugging in 110VAC power and Ethernet, is ready to operate. The controller, power supplies, air and electrical harnessing are embedded within the robot’s structure, eliminating external controller cabinets and simplifying installations. Due to its novel configuration, the PF3400 can work in cells with very compact foot prints while providing the extraordinary vertical reach of up to 1.2M.
To simplify setup for new users, many collaborative robots use a programming environment with limited features. Precise Automation’s collaborative robots offer the flexibility of both an easy to use web based interface as well as an optional advanced programming environment as capable as any industrial robot. The easy to use Guidance Motion interface is accessible from any web enabled device and allows technicians or operators to quickly and easily setup and teach Precise Automation collaborative robots to perform real work.
Precise Automation will be exhibiting at AME West on August 24th in Grand Rapids MI. The event is free to attend and open to the public. For more information on the show, access the website at www.advancedmaufacturingexpo.com or contact Mark Ermatinger at firstname.lastname@example.org and (616) 836-5536.