Posted on January 1, 2006 - ( views)
The I&J7100 bench top Cartesian dispensing robot is a suitable choice when cost and bench space are important considerations. The I&J7100 robot handles a dispensing area of 0.2x0.15m and is capable of storing up to 100 different programs. Step-by-step instructions simplify job creation tasks, allowing a program to be entered and running in minutes. A 16-channel I/O interface provides communication with external devices for secondary applications and multiple dispensing equipment components. An optional Windows software package with a DXF file converter is available for programming from a PC and an optional Vision system package is available for automatic part location.
15 Corporate Drive
for adhesives and silicones
doubles life expectancy of seals
with 200x200mm work area
for low to high viscosity fluids
suck-back effect eliminates lumping
stores 100 programs
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