Fast Automated Production
SCARA robots are often used for the fast removal and movement of workpieces, smaller assembly applications such as screwing in screws, and for the precise dosing of liquids, adhesives and sealants.
IAI offers a wide range of models, from the low-cost entry model IXP to the latest IXA high-performance SCARA robot. This includes types for wall or ceiling mounting.
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High-speed SCARA Robots: IXA Series
IAI recently introduced one of the industry's fastest SCARA robots, the new IXA Series of high-performance SCARA robots. The series includes standard and high-speed types with arm lengths from 180 to 600 mm.
The new IXA SCARA robots are even more affordable than previous models. Plus, it offers even better performance and functionality. With the free IXA simulation software, customers can check the SCARA movements without using a real robot and measure the cycle time quickly and easily.
IX SCARA Robots feature high performance and functionality
IX SCARA robots have the best performance in their class in terms of high speed performance, payload and positioning repeatability.
In addition to standard versions in different sizes, there are also ultra-compact models and high-speed types. Special designs, for example, for normal and inverse ceiling or wall mounting complete the offer.
At a glance:
- Achieves high speeds, payload and precision.
- Easy programming makes these actuators much more user-friendly.
- It supports a wide variety of arm lengths, ranging from 120 mm to 800 mm.
Cost-effective IXP SCARA Robot series
By adopting stepper motors the IXP series costs around 1/2 a conventional model. The IXP achieves a payload equivalent to that of a conventional model by adopting high-output drivers.
All IXP models are equipped with battery-less absolute encoders that does not require batteries. Since battery replacement is no longer necessary, maintenance man-hours are reduced.
At a glance:
- All models are equipped with battery-less absolute encoders
- The cost of IXP is around half of IX models
- Lighter than conventional models
- 3-axis specification or 4-axis with gripper specification