MH400 II Handling Robot
Yaskawa MotomanUpdated 08/03/2015
The new MH400 II is a versatile, high-performance robot designed to provide superior performance in machine and press tending, and other heavy-payload applications. This robot is also ideal for “jigless” applications where the robot positions a part for processing by other robots or two robots handle a single part.
This model features full six-axis capability with parallel-link construction to provide strength, rigidity and stabilization of high moment/inertia loads. Heavy-duty bearings offer smooth arm rotation.
Its streamlined design allows easier reach into confined spaces, improving system productivity. Used for loading and unloading of parts, these robots can help eliminate the inconsistencies of a manual process for applications such as turning, milling and grinding. The MH400 II can handle all types of materials including ceramics, composites, metals and polymers.
These robots are energy efficient, using up to seventy percent less power consumption during motion and offering a twenty-five percent savings during idle periods compared to previous models.
Cables and air lines are routed through the robot base to the upper arm, increasing cable life, enhancing safety and reducing teaching time. A cable installation tube in the base of the robot facilitates fieldbus routing to the upper arm and/or gripper. It is pre-wired for a servo gripper, which allows for a wider range of product handling.
MH400 II robots are compatible with the new DX200 controller.
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