Background Linear Robot

IN VERSIONS TWIN X AND TWIN Z

Flexible production options: The possibilities for combining several axes can be extremely varied. Several different application options for multiple kinematics in versions Twin X and Twin Z.

Implementation based on the MC6 control system
Support of four robots, each with 6 axes (max. 24 axes)
Central control of movements using the application program
Operating mode changed centrally

Variants

Configuration Control of additional peripheral axes

Configuration Control of additional peripheral axes

Characteristic
Additional axes (peripherals) for the standard robot

Application
Use of turntables and stages

Benefits
Central control, can also be used for external axes

Twin X

Twin X

Characteristic
Mechanically linked Y-axes on a shared X-axis

Application 
Simultaneous demolding or placement process in the mold

Benefits 
Save time when using a three-plate mold

 

Twin Z

Twin Z

Characteristic
Mechanically linked X-axes on a shared Z-axis

Application
Transfer of components (handshake) during rapid component removal or stacking operations

Benefits
Space and time saved on automated units with overlapping motion ranges

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