Linear rails (7th axis) systems are necessary for some applications, but if you're looking to increase the work envelope of an upcoming project consider that our system:

• has the flexibility to maneuver to areas beyond the envelope of linear rails
• has a near limitless work envelope
• is designed as a non-collaborative robot to increase speed without sacrificing safety
• has the same safety qualifications as a fenceless robot system
• has a higher payload (35 kg.) than other mobile robot systems
• has a small footprint of 950 mm (W) x 1,300 mm (D) to allow the system to navigate through small corridors
• needs only 1.5-meter-wide corridor to pass through
• has an accuracy to the repeatability of the robot specification
• has a battery life of that can run a full 8-hour shift without recharging, but with charging pads strategically placed on the factory floor, the battery can run indefinitely
• can be repurposed simply by changing the end of arm tool and adding a new node (waypoint)
• does not require costly cables, cable extensions, or cable carriers that are required for linear systems, which reduces the cost for maintenance and the possibility of failure due to signal/power loss of long cables

No more limitation with anchored robots. With the help of Polytec USA and FANUC Robotics, Palladium Control Systems developed and commissioned its medium payload non-collaborative six-axis robot mounted on an autonomous mobile robot (AMR). ​​A non-collaborative robot means higher production because the robot is not limited by the slower speed of a collaborative robot. With countless options and a 35 kg. payload this system is versatile to fit most any production facility.

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