's newest dual-arm robot, the SDA10D
, isn't as burly as the DA20
. This sleek, smooth moving robot is designed to occupy only as much room as a human. Ideal for high-speed assembly
line and multi-process work, this model is also more affordable than its predecessors.
How does the Motoman
Slim, Dual Arm robot achieve its slender build? Motoman
, compact actuators that allow this robot's shoulders to take up 2/3 the space. Each joint actuator has a motor, encoder, reducer, and brake. Motoman
made this package smaller - flattening each joint. The result is a lightweight, compact arm with high wrist inertia and moment. The SDA10
can move 2/3rds faster. Each arm can handle a 10kg payload.
The Slim, Dual-Arm 10 robot is built with a total of 15 axes -seven in each arm, one at the base. The arms are situated closer to the front of the robot torso to increase the work envelope
. Each arm can reach 1,970mm horizontally and 1,440mm vertically. Its cabling is routed internally for simplified programming and greater safety. The SDA10 is controlled by Motoman's latest - the NX100
Dual-arm robots offer many advantages. Not least of these is simplified EOAT
. Because of the dexterity and coordination achieved with dual-arm technology, there is less need for custom fixturing and constant tool changing.
Interested in learning more about the Motoman SDA10D
robot and dual arm models? Call RobotWorx
at 740-251-4312 for more information.