More Innovation from Stäubli Robotics to make its US Debut at Assembly Technology Expo 2008
Stäubli Robotics Posted 09/18/2008
The TX200 and TX200L heavy payload robots are the next generation of standard and long reach high-performance material handling robots featuring impressive speed, rigidity and load capacities ranging from 100kg to 130kg and 2194mm to 2594mm reach. These new robots have six degrees of freedom, a fully enclosed structure for easy cleaning, and impressive 12.5 m/sec high speed motion. The robots are suitable for a wide variety of industrial and cleanroom applications including material handling, palletizing, pick and place, and machine loading/unloading.
“The Assembly technology expo is the premier venue to showcase innovative products and ideas that help manufacturers remain competitive in a global marketplace. This new robot is the latest addition to the Stäubli family and delivers that kind of innovation to manufacturers in the 100-130 kg payload range with its impressive speed, precision, and reliability. The TX200 heavy payload robots will find great acceptance in the automotive, semiconductor / photovoltaic, food, plastics, machine tending, and general markets”, says David Arceneaux, Business Development-Marketing Manager at Stäubli Robotics.
Among the demonstrations and activities will be your chance to test your putting skills versus an inverted TX90L robot in an attempt to win an iPod as well as a Staubli hosted wine and cheese event following the first day of the show. Staubli will also be demonstrating several SCARA and 6 axis vision guided robotic systems on its booth as well as on strategic partner booths; Automation Tooling Systems (ATS) booth 1431, and Lanco Assembly Systems booth 435.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see the future in robotic innovation at the Assembly Technology Expo 2008.