Table Top Robots Solve Floor Space Issues

Sep 15, 2023

To help save work space, you may want to consider a table top robot. Table top robots can perform a variety of application all the while providing a reduced footprint and weight.


When you have a small­er project or lim­it­ed floor space, a table top robot is the way to go. 

With the abil­i­ty to per­form the same vari­ety of appli­ca­tions as most oth­er indus­tri­al robots, the reduced foot­print and weight allows the robot to be attached to a table top. 

There two main kinds of table top robot­ics, gat­ed and can­tilever. Gat­ed robots attach to a sup­port struc­ture with two legs allow­ing the prod­uct to slide through the gate and be worked on. A can­tilever table top robot attach­es to a sup­port struc­ture with only one leg, allow­ing more work space and maneu­ver­ing of the prod­uct around the robot arm. 

Robots​.com offers table top robot arms that are sim­i­lar to the larg­er robust indus­tri­al robots, only in a small­er and lighter pack­age. One of the most pop­u­lar is the Fanuc LR Mate 200iD robot. It is a six axis robot that can per­form a large vari­ety of appli­ca­tions, such as assem­bly, milling, foundry and mate­r­i­al han­dling, just like the oth­er LR mate mod­els. A sim­i­lar type of table top robot that Robot­worx offers is the Motoman HP3.

A new­er table top robot that is the Fanuc MiA robot series. It is per­fect for mate­r­i­al han­dling, part trans­fer, order pick­ing, and pack­ag­ing in small work areas. It is a 3 axis wrist maneu­vers with incred­i­ble speed. These spi­der” robots can include vision sen­sors and col­li­sion equipment. 

If you have are inter­est­ed in any type of table top robot, no mat­ter what the appli­ca­tion is, con­tact Robots​.com to dis­cuss your robot­ic needs. 

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