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Cartesian And Six-axis: Which System Is Best For...
As more manufacturers automate their operations to improve productivity and competitiveness, different robotic systems have become available to perform a diversity of production tasks. Cartesian systems have been a workhorse in production facilities, while systems with articulated arms — such as the increasingly popular six-axis robot — have emerged to handle more nimble tasks. Depending on the application, there are clear rationale for using a Cartesian and clear rationale for using a six-axis system. Here’s an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of each so you can select the right one based on your application needs:
Helicopter Parts Take Shape With Rollon Telescopic Rail
Aerospace manufacturers are increasingly turning to carbon fiber in their quest to make aircraft lighter and more fuel efficient. But conforming carbon fiber into complex parts is a difficult process, especially when it comes to moving large plies of this cutting-edge material.
Special Vehicles Demand Careful Mechanical Component...
When vehicles are built to serve a distinct purpose, there’s an excellent chance that they’ll be outfitted with special components to perform some type of linear motion. Because specialty vehicles are typically used for unconventional tasks, they have to perform reliably in difficult conditions. As you select linear motion products for specialty vehicles, be sure to keep the following considerations in mind:
How a Seventh Axis Adaptation Aims to Move Cobot...
As robots become a mainstay in the manufacturing world, they are increasingly making room for cobots. Designed to work alongside humans, collaborative industrial robots (cobots) have become an attractive option for manufacturers, performing semi-automated tasks where robots are not practical, such as: