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Popular Robot Models
FANUC R-2000iA/125L RJ3iB
FANUC R-2000iA/125L RJ3iB
Reach: 3001mm
Payload: 125kg

Motoman UP130 XRC
Motoman UP130 XRC
Reach: 2650mm
Payload: 130kg

FANUC M-10iA R30iA
FANUC M-10iA R30iA
Reach: 1420mm
Payload: 10kg

Motoman EA1900N NX100
Motoman EA1900N NX100
Reach: 1904mm
Payload: 3kg

FANUC R-2000iA/165F RJ3iB
FANUC R-2000iA/165F RJ3iB
Reach: 2650mm
Payload: 165kg

Why the Six Axis Industrial Robot Rules

 In the industrial robot world, the 6-axis robot is king. Its design has remained unchanged for decades. Why are six axes of movement the answer to so many industrial jobs?

Good Design:
The 6-axis robot has joints in all the right places. This design gives the 6-axis robot more flexibility, repeatability, and accuracy than other designs (such as 4-axis robots).

A Closer Look:
The base axis allows the robot to swivel, dramatically increasing the work envelope. Working our way up the robot arm, the next two axes pivot the lower and upper arms. The final three axes are devoted to wrist movements. This provides the precision that sets the 6-axis robot apart.

Six-axis Versatility:
The flexibility of six axis industrial robots allow them to perform nearly any industrial job, from welding, material handling, and cutting, to loading, and deburring. All the joints work together to provide excellent part accessibility, speed, and consistent movement.

RobotWorx carries a wide selection of new and used 6-axis industrial robots. Take your pick of robot brands, including Motoman, Fanuc and Kuka.  Visit our 6-axis FAQ page for a video and more details about 6-axis flexibility.

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