ROBOTS: Small 6-Axis Robot

IRB 1200 robot comes in two standard models with 700 mm reach and payload up to 7 kg or 900 mm reach and 5 kg payload capacity

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A new six-axis, jointed-arm robot from ABB Robotics-North America, Auburn Hills, Mich., has a larger usable working area in a small package, reportedly allowing for 15% smaller automation cells that have 10% shorter cycle times. 

The IRB 1200 robot comes in two standard models with 700 mm reach and payload up to 7 kg or 900 mm reach and 5 kg payload capacity. Both can be mounted at any angle. They weigh 52 and 54 kg, respectively and have a base diam. of 210 mm. They can be used for material handling, machine tending, and small-parts assembly.

 

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