Are Cartesian style robots the best choice for my injection molding application?

June 05

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Cartesian robots have long been the main stay in the injection molding process. However, with 6 axis and collaborative robots making a bigger push into the molding world, what considerations should be made when looking to automate your molding applications. This webinar will help to outline key points to look for. 

Primary Topics: 

  • Motion flexibility and its potential trade-offs
  • Layout options and the impact on space around the IMM
  • Payload requirement considerations
  • How different style robots can impact cycle time 

Jason Cornell 
Western Regional Manager-Robots & Automation 

Jason Cornell has worked in the plastics injection molding industry for 25 years, specializing in robotics and automation. His career started as a service engineer with Star Automation; he also worked at Husky and Yushin America. At Wittmann Battenfeld, Jason has been the Western Regional Manager of the Robots & Automation Div. for the past 8 years. He is based out of the company’s Southern California Technical Center in Placentia, CA.