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Robot Portfolio
Robot Portfolio

In order to match real-world automation challenges, Yamaha’s Factory Automation Section introduced a full robot lineup designed to make the robots work together in a fully integrated assembly cell. The range includes cartesian, Scara, single axis and multi-axis articulated robots, that benefit from one-stop technical support and a common environment for programming and control. Moreover, the portfolio comprises machine sizes for payloads from 5kg to 50kg, with special options such as high-speed pick-and-place robots, dust-/drip-proof, and clean room models.


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These robots can deliver superior speed and reliability thanks to their contamination-resistant position resolvers and innovative vector-control drives. Furthermore, the LCM100 robotic linear conveyor module enables bidirectional flexibility, independent module speed control, and easy reprogramming. Consequently, the restrictions of conventional belt-and-roller transport are overcome.

Posted on June 3, 2019 - (397 views)
Yamaha Motor Europe N.V.
Niederlassung Deutschland, Geschäftsbereich IM German Branch Office, IM Business
41468 Neuss - Germany
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Robot Portfolio

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