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Robots that don’t require guarding

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Robots that don’t require guarding

Related tags: Automation, Robot

An expanded range of processing and packaging automation equipment and ancillary products will be displayed R A Rodriguez. The equipment on show will include the full range of Universal Robots.

To date, two sizes of this six-axis lightweight robot arm have completed the range, but at PPMA they will be joined by a new table-top version, the UR3. Collectively these systems provide Rodriguez with the opportunity to engineer cost-effective solutions which allow humans and robots to work collaboratively without the need for safety guarding.

One of the most successful and enduring partnerships that Rodriguez has developed is with the automation and linear motion specialist IEF Werner. Its products are the basis of many bespoke automation systems that Rodriguez has supplied to companies in the food and beverage sectors.

Contact: R A Rodriguez

Related topics: Processing equipment

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