Cobot LBR IIWA 7 R800articulated7-axishandling

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Characteristics

Type
articulated
Number of axes
7-axis
Function
handling, packaging, palletizing, machining, inspection
Applications
for the automotive industry
Other characteristics
self-learning, collaborative, floor-mounted, ceiling-mount
Payload

7 kg (15.432 lb)

Reach

800 mm (31.5 in)

Repeatability

0.1 mm (0.00394 in)

Description

LBR iiwa With the arrival of the LBR iiwa, our lightweight robot for delicate assembly work, safety fences make way for human-robot-collaboration in the workspace. The LBR iiwa is the world’s first series-produced sensitive, and therefore HRC-compatible, robot. LBR stands for “Leichtbauroboter” (German for lightweight robot), iiwa for “intelligent industrial work assistant”. This signals the beginning of a new era in industrial, sensitive robotics – and lays the foundations for innovative and sustainable production processes. For the first time, humans and robots can work together on highly sensitive tasks in close cooperation. This opens up the possibility of new applications and the way is paved for greater cost-effectiveness and utmost efficiency. The collaborative and sensitive LBR iiwa robot is available in two versions with payload capacities of 7 and 14 kilograms. Quick reactions Thanks to its joint torque sensors, the LBR iiwa can detect contact immediately and reduces its level of force and speed instantly. Its position and compliance control enables it to handle delicate components without creating crushing and shearing hazards. Able to learn You can choose from three operating modes and program the LBR iiwa via simulation: indicate the desired position and it will remember the coordinates of the path point. Stop for breaks and control it with simple touch commands.
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