Keyword:

Entwicklung

New Application for robolink® in Low Cost sorting

Martin Raak | 19. October 2017

Our customer PROFACTOR from Austria (https://www.profactor.at/) has shown a new low cost sorting solution at MOTEK show in Stuttgart. They use our robolink® joint arm RL-DQ-RBT-5532S for this task. The arm uses a CPR control unit (http://www.commonplacerobotics.de/produkte/igusrobot.html) For further questions about the complete solution please contact Mr. Helmut Nöhmayer from PROFACTOR (Helmut.Noehmayer@profactor.at) Please activate JavaScript […]

Read more...

Output Encoder for RL-D / RL-S

Martin Raak | 29. June 2017

We supply 2 options of encoders for our joints / joint arms. Option 1 (our Standard before HMI 2017): Motorencoder plus Ini switch for 0-point reference on the joint output (PRT bearing) Option 2): Output encoder on the PRT bearing of the joint. This is our own development, we use a magnetic ring plus Encoderchip […]

Read more...

strain wave gear (RL-S) vs. cycloid gear (RL-C)

Martin Raak | 28. June 2017

The strain wave gear is available as a product in the size RL-S-17 and RL-S-20. RL-S-30 is a prototype and still in development. The cyclo gear can be an alternative in future and is not available as a product yet. The sizes 17 and 20 are currently in development. Both types of gears contain a coaxial […]

Read more...

Control solution by commonplace robotics

Martin Raak | 12. December 2016

Company Commonplace robotics from GER shows a quick and simple control solution for our modular joint kit. It consists of a set of electronics (incl. stepper motor drivers) and a WINDOWS software package. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fojZpPTgJE&feature=youtu.be More details can not yet be announced, as this is a brand new solution, but we will check more facts within […]

Read more...

igus open source soccer robot (with University of Bonn), first kicks…

Martin Raak | 9. November 2015

We have been involved in the development of a new open source teen size soccer robot for 2 years now (and the improvement still goes on!). The main development was done by the University of Bonn, institute AIS, Professor Sven Behnke, who also developped our open source robolink software IME (igus motion editor), igus contrubuted the […]

Read more...