Multi Axis Cartesian Robots refers to the combined application range of XYZ axis cantilever rectangular coordinate manipulator (with or without auxiliary rail). You are welcome to visit our download centre to check E-catalogues or watch our video centre to check more projects.
Combination of XYZ axis cantilever rectangular coordinate manipulator of multi axis cartesian robots:
Y-axis base is fixed, and X/Z axis moves with Y-axis slide, and the working range is XYZ plane;
Z-axis sliding seat is fixed on X-axis sliding seat, and Z-axis body moves up and down;
Applicable to XYZ three-dimensional workpiece handling, transfer, walking track and other applications.
It is one of the simplest structures for left-right, up and down, forward and backward moving transportation and grasping. Compared with the gantry structure, it is much cheaper. This structure is stable and better. If the effective travel of X axis is too long, it is recommended to build a gantry structure with auxiliary guide rail, auxiliary axis or complete gantry structure.
Multi Axis Cartesian Robots are a type of robotic system that uses a combination of linear and rotary motion to move objects in three-dimensional space. They are commonly used in industrial automation, manufacturing, and other applications where precise control over the motion of objects is required.
The most common type of multi axis cartesian robot is the delta robot, which uses three linear actuators to move an object in three dimensions. This type of robot is often used for pick-and-place operations, as well as for assembly and inspection tasks. Other types of multi axis cartesian robots include gantry robots, which use two linear actuators and one rotary actuator to move an object in three dimensions; and SCARA robots, which use two rotary actuators and one linear actuator to move an object in three dimensions.
When selecting a multi axis cartesian robot for an application, it is important to consider the size, load capacity, speed, accuracy, and environmental conditions that will be encountered. It is also important to consider the cost of the robot and any additional components that may be required. Additionally, safety features should be included to ensure that the robot operates safely and without risk of injury or damage to personnel or property.
The environment in which the robot will be used depends on the application. For example, if the robot is being used in an industrial setting, it should be able to withstand extreme temperatures, dust, and vibration. If the robot is being used in a medical setting, it should be able to operate in a clean and sterile environment. Furthermore, maintenance should be performed regularly to ensure that the robot is running properly and that all components are functioning correctly. This may include checking for worn parts, lubricating moving parts, and replacing any worn or damaged components. Finally, training may be required for personnel who will be operating or working with the robot on a regular basis.