Need a compact, quick and easy-to-use a FANUC M-1iA automated robot for lightweight material handling? The  may be the robot for you.

With spider-like body that weighs only 17kg, the parallel-link M-1iA R30iA is a super-lightweight assembly Genkotsu robot that can fit into tight spots - shelves, machines, etc.

The M1iA is well-suited for many applications, including assembly, dispensing, pick and place, as well as a educational uses within a number of different contexts and industries. Automated robots of this size are especially useful for companies within pharmaceutical, plastics, electronics or packaging industries. 

Sometimes referred to as the FANUC M1, this robot has both a 6-axis (M-1iA/0.5A) and 4-axis version (M-1iA/0.5S) available.  Both robots are capable of high speed handling with 0.02mm repeatability.  The 6-axis version is designed with a flexible 3-axis wrist. This nimble FANUC model offers remarkable precision and speed (3,000 degrees per second). For more straightforward tasks, the 4-axis M-1iA/0.5S model has a single wrist axis. 

If you are looking to save costs even more, then consider a reconditioned FANUC M-1iA robot by RobotWorx. The experts put every used M-1iA through an intense reconditioning process. Additionally, any refurbished FANUC M-1iA comes with the RobotWorx Value Package

The new and used M 1iA is run by the advanced FANUC R-30iA controller or the R-30iA Mate and easily accommodates vision and/or collision equipment.

For more information about the FANUC M-1iA, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.
For more information about the FANUC M-1iA, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.

Robot Information

Robot Specifications

Axes: 6
Payload: 1.00kg
H-Reach: 280.00mm
Repeatability: ±0.0200mm
Robot Mass: 17.00kg
Structure: Delta, Parrallel Link
Mounting: Shelf

Robot Motion Speed

J1 1440 °/s (25.13 rad/s)
J2 1440 °/s (25.13 rad/s)
J3 1440 °/s (25.13 rad/s)

Robot Motion Range

J1 ±360°
J2 ±150°
J3 ±360°


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