At first glance, this robot looks like the 13-axis DA20 - with two arms and a human-like torso. But the Motoman DIA 10 has the snake-like flexibility of the 7-axis IA20 as well. Each arm has 7 axes of motion. A rotary axis at the base moves the robot from side to side.
Each arm of the DIA10 has a payload of 10kg, a horizontal reach of 1,100mm, and a vertical reach of 1,440mm. It has the coordination, precision, and speed to handle the complicated applications. The dual arms can work independently or together. One arm, for example, can hold a part while the other works on the part. The robot has been heralded as "human-like," but in truth its arms provide even more flexibility than a humans.
The DIA 10 has a compact build with the motor, encoder, reducer and brake of each axis contained in the robot's body. All cabling is internally routed and the base provides a tiny footprint. The DIA 10 Motoman robot is powered by the NX100 controller.