Robotic Arm Application
(MR104)
  • Study the basic composition of the robot system.
  • Study the basic knowledge of robot offline programming.
  • Study the operation and application programming of robot I/O.
  • Study the robot motion classification.
  • Full understanding of robotic ARM technology and application.
  • In-depth study to understand the structure and control system of the robotic ARM.
  • Number of axis: 6 axis
  • Payload: 3kg max
  • Repeatability: ± 0.05 mm
  • Running radius: 700 mm
  • Communication Protocol: Serial Communication.
  • Body material: 6061 aluminum alloy
  • Breaks Joint2, joint3
  • Joint range of motion:
    • J1 = +180, -180
    • J2 = +120, -120
    • J3 = +130 : -130
    • J4 = 180 : -180
    • J5 = +165 : -165
    • J6 = +180 : -180
  • Pick and place (MR104.01)
    • Pick and place robots are commonly used in modern manufacturing environments. Pick and place automation speeds up the process of picking up parts or items and placing them in other locations, handles repetitive tasks while freeing up human workers to focus on more complex work and increases production rates. • Pick and place arm system is made to be diverse and are used in different industries. This means that their applications will range depending on where they are used.
    • A software program is required to be written to allow the robot to grab an item from a bin of random objects and hold it securely.
  • Packing (MR104.02)
    • Packaging robot arms are designed to open, fill, transport, palletize, seal, product packaging. In this application the robotic arm should be able to pack the work pieces in boxes.
  • Sorting (MR104.03)
    • Sorting Robots are used in a variety of industries to automate the sorting of objects. These applications can be used  to sort objects by size, shape, color, or other characteristics. They are often used in conjunction with machine vision systems to identify and track objects.
    • This application is based on a system that is comprised of a standard robotic arm outfitted with a custom gripper.
    • A software program is required to be written to allow the robot to grab an item from a bin of random objects and hold it securely and control the robot movements.
    • In this application the robot arm work depends on sensors that give an indicator that a shelf is full so move to another shelf.
  • Palletizing (MR104.04)
    • Palletizing robots are used in a variety of industries to automate the task of stacking items onto pallets. This typically use a six-axis robotic arm to pick up items from a conveyor belt or other source and place them onto a pallet. The robot arm is programmed to follow a specific pattern, such as stacking the items in rows or columns.
    • This application is based on a system that is comprised of a standard robotic ARM outfitted with a custom end effector.
  • Inspection (MR104.05)
    • Precision and consistency are the keys for a precise inspection, robotic arms with the help of a vision camera can be used for inspection and non-destructive testing.
    • Using robotic arms in inspection will guarantee the quality of products. It can objectively identify and pinpoint defective or faulty parts before they are packed or shipped. In this application the robotic ARM should be able to inspect the work pieces and identify the differences between each work piece and the other.
  • Assembly (MR104.06)
    • Assembly line robotic arms are programmed to join constituent parts of a product into one. Assembly robotic arms are fast and have a mechanical precision that human beings may not be capable of achieving. In this application the robotic ARM should be able to assemble the different work pieces with each other.
  • Welding simulation (MR104.07)
    • Robot welding is the use of robotic arms, to completely automate a welding process by both performing the weld and handling the part. In this application the robotic ARM should be able to simulate the welding process by following the welding line on the work pieces with the welding torch simulation tool.
  • Robotic Arm Application (MR104)
  • Hard copy user manual

Our training robot can be used to demonstrate the operation of industrial robotic. The robotic arm can be used with different modules to be able to create more high-quality robotic applications. Based on wide range of additional modules and accessories that can be attached to the system, many industrial operations applications can be studied.

  • Robotic ARM of sturdy aluminum alloy body with a simple and user-friendly operating system.
  • The system is featured by its simple structure, low energy consumption, space saving and high reliability.
  • The SIX Axis allow the robot to move in the X, Y, and Z planes, as well as position itself using roll, pitch, and yaw movements.
  • This functionality is suitable for complex movements that simulate a human ARM.
  • Robotic ARM body has a built-in control board for easy integration and application.
  • Training system is provided with electric gripper attachment (no compressor required) for round and square parts.
  • Gripper includes open/close actuators and a led pointer.