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| February 7, 2013
High-Speed Packaging Robots
The delta-style MPP3 robot operates at 150 cycles per minute and is designed for picking, packing, cartoning and kitting applications.
The delta-style MPP3 robot operates at 150 cycles per minute and is designed for picking, packing, cartoning and kitting applications. The robot features a three-arm configuration with a direct-driven rotary axis for high speeds. Its long arms with shorter-arm radii provide a compact footprint and a deeper reach, while providing a large working envelope. It is IP65-rated and features a 3-kg payload capacity, a work envelope of 1,300 mm in diameter and 500 mm deep, and a repeatability of ±0.1 mm (±0.004”). The MPP3 is powered by the FS100 controller with a compact footprint and open-software architecture for multiple applications.
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