Cleanroom Robot Handles Heavy Loads

A new six-axis jointed-arm robot suited to cleanroom use comes in two models that handle payloads up to 220 or 286 lb.

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A new six-axis jointed-arm robot suited to cleanroom use comes in two models that handle payloads up to 220 or 286 lb. The TX200 series from Staubli Robotics USA, Duncan, S.C., has a maximum reach of 2594 mm and max. speed of 12.5 m/sec. The robot is programmed with Staubli’s CS8 controller. (864) 486-5416 • www.staublirobotics.com

STAUBLI Corporation
201 Parkway West P. O. Box 189
Duncan, SC 29334
Phone (864) 486-5438 Fax (864) 486-5497 

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