Industrial Robot Typical Workstation Training System
(RM -014)
  • Industrial robot arm body and controllers installation.
  • Industrial robot arm body and controllers wiring.
  • The programming and debugging of industrial robot arm
  • Demonstrating the operation and function of each valve , switch , cylinder & sensor in the system.
  • Number of axes: 6 axes
  • Payload: 30kg max.
  • Repeatability: ± 0.15 Mm
  • Reach: 2300 mm
  • Structure: Articulated
  • Max. Motion Range:
    • Axis 1 : ±175°
    • Axis 2 : +175°/-77°
    • Axis 3 : ±175°/-75°
    • Axis 4 : ±360°
    • Axis 5 : ±115°
    • Axis 6 : ±360°
  • Max. Speed:
    • Axis 1 : 180°/ sec
    • Axis 2 : 180°/ sec
    • Axis 3 : 150°/ sec
    • Axis 4 : 222°/ sec
    • Axis 5 : 222°/ sec
    • Axis 6 : 360°/ sec
  • Weight: 700 kg
  • Mounting Type: Ground, bracket, ceiling
  • Ambient Type: -20 °C~ 80 °C
  • Industrial robot typical workstation training system (RM - 014)
  • Set of Workpieces
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Laboratory PC

A typical industrial robot workstation equipment consists of a six-axis industrial robot. Using this training system, trainees will be able to program a heavy duty robotic arm to perform large applications, aiding them to enhance their skills and implement this knowledge later on in their practical life.

                                     
  • The control system is provided with 8-way relay outputs, 10-way collector open circuits, and in total 18-way I/O output ports. The initial state defaults to low level “0”; 20-way photo-coupling isolation input ports are provided, and the initial state defaults to low level “0”
  • The control system provides 4 analog channels of “0”, “1”, “2” and “3”. The analog value can be output, and the analog value range is 0V-12 V
  • It is also the “tracking” function of the system. In some special cases, such as pipeline operation, the end of the robot and the “pipeline” can be kept in the “relative rest” state through the “tracking” function, and the normal operation flow is completed accordingly.
  • Reading of “angle of articulation” indicates reading of the position and posture of the current “point” in space, and the angle of articulation is expressed in “degrees”. When using a 6-axis robot, it is indicated by 6 articulation angle degrees, i. e. the “6-dimension” angle (“J7” and “J8” are the angles of articulation of “0 degree” by default); When the additional axes J7 and J8 are used, the angles of the additional axes are also read, i. e. the “8-dimension” angle