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speed

Customer application: Automation with RL

Martin Raak | 17. January 2017

Our german customer MATRIUM GmbH has designed and built this automation unit with a huge number of igus components such as drylinE rails, e-chains, chainflex, tribotape and also robolink. It runs today in daily operation. The robolink arm consists of 2 joints (size -20 and -30) and performs a “simple” scara movement. The complete unit is 5,50 x […]

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robolink D test area

Martin Raak | 28. August 2015

we do several lifetime and performance tests with our robolink D joints. Until July, main topics were material and geometry optimisations for the gear and bearing components. Nowadays, we do lifetime tests for different joint types at different loads and speeds. The attached film shows or test unit with currently 9 test places, it will […]

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robolink D: Automatica 2014

Martin Raak | 28. May 2014

We will present a new design for our robolink D joint arm concept at the AUTOMATICA trade show in Munich. Improvements (against HMI 2014 in April): – lean connection parts between the joints save weight and costs, – more dynamic movements, – 2 additional single axis (RL-D-20-001-MOT17-E) show the modular character of this product. I […]

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Teach-in arm on ADAM torso and repeatability

Martin Raak | 28. January 2013

once again I want to link to Malte Ahlers homepage and 2 of his Videos from his robot project ADAM A1. Now he is really running the 5DOF arm and he is using the 2nd one as teach-in arm. The movement speed and reaction time between left and right arm really impress me! Video1 – teach in: https://youtu.be/_67W2Arcvis […]

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Speed 5DOF arm with IME (igus® motion editor)

Martin Raak | 26. October 2012

At MOTEK and FAKUMA we have shown for the first time our new IME software. A common question from many prospective customers was: “How fast can I position with it?” Admittedly, the speeds of the arm shown there were not exactly breathtaking. Now that we have once again optimized the program a little, here is […]

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