Japan's Yaskawa Electric developed a 36cm industrial robot

by:Gewinn     2022-05-11
According to the 'Nihon Keizai Shimbun' report on June 5, Japan's Yaskawa Electric announced on May 28 that it has developed the world's smallest industrial small multi-joint robot. The weight of the robot is light, only 4.3 kg. It is characterized by being easy to change the placement position, and has a high degree of freedom such as being able to share operations with the staff. The demand for flexible production lines is increasing in the production sites of small quantities of various products such as mobile phones, and Yaskawa Electric will introduce tests at our factory and work towards practicalization. The 'MotoMINI' (tentative name) developed is a 6-axis multi-joint robot with a height of about 36 cm. Once it is fixed on the table, it is necessary to keep it away from danger in order to prevent danger. 'MotoMINI' can handle parts up to about 25 cm long and weighing 500 grams. Compared with Yaskawa Electric's smallest 'MOTOMAN-MHJ' (57 cm in height and 15 kg in weight), the 'MotoMINI' is significantly smaller and lighter. The action speed has also been increased by more than 2 times, and it is expected to be used to assemble certain small parts that are put into the mobile phone.
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