Extra Large Payload Robots - Up to 1,500 kg Payload - Kawasaki M Series Robots
Kawasaki Robotics (USA), Inc.Updated 05/02/2017
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD HIGH WRIST TORQUE ROBOTS
The M Series maximum payload robots incorporate a compact profile design with long reach and high wrist torque. With an impressive payload capacity of up to 1,500 kg, the innovative robot line design gives it the power to lift and manipulate heavy loads with great ease and high accuracy.
The powerful M Series robots are ideal for lifting payloads that exceed the limits of most industrial robots. These robots can be used in a variety of industries and applications, including handling engines, manipulating car bodies, transferring assemblies, moving large tools, lifting heavy construction equipment, manipulating appliances, fixtureless manufacturing, investment casting and forging.
Along with powerful motors, the MX new link structure for JT3 (arm up-down) and the MG Kawasaki hybrid link mechanism for JT2 (arm out-in) and JT3 make it possible to achieve a maximum payload capacity without the use of bulky and limiting counterweights, maximizing the robot’s motion range and allowing for a compact footprint.
HIGH WRIST TORQUE
The M series robots achieve one of the highest available wrist torques in the industry. This high wrist torque provides the ability to significantly offset heavy payloads from the tool mounting flange.
The second and third axes that affect the accuracy of hand motions use highly rigid ball screws with minimal backlash. This reduces arm deflection while enabling high positioning accuracy. (MG)
WIDE MOTION RANGE
Kawasaki’s original hybrid link mechanism along with the ball screws used in the second and third axes ensure a wide work envelope when the arm moves forward. (MG)
Four MX models (6-axis type, 350 - 700 kg) and two MG models (6-axis type, 1,000 - 1,500 kg) are floor mounting types. The MT400N (6-axis, 400 kg) is a shelf mounting type. These models are for assembly and material handling applications.
M Series robots can be programmed in two ways, via the robot teach pendant or a computer, and using one of the two Kawasaki's programming methodologies, Block Step or AS Language. The Block Step programming method eliminates time consuming program teaching with auto-path generating software. The powerful AS Language provides ultimate flexibility via any word processor text file and enables the programmer to create advanced logic, manipulate program locations, integrate peripheral components and control the application process.
Model: MX350L thru MG15HL (7 models)
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