KUKA Agilus Mobile Training Cell
With KR 6R900 Six Robot, Teaching Table, Magazine Stand, Small Conveyor Belt, integrated Vision System, l/O Table and Gripper with Collision Detection
Equipped with the small robot KR AGILUS, the training cell from KUKA is ideal for learning robot operation and programming. With the integrated accessories, it is possible to create numerous exercises with varying degrees of difficulty – from simple stacking tasks to continuous path motion at the external TCP. The extremely compact cell can be moved easily by pallet truck, fits through standard doors and in nearly all passenger elevators.The training cell consists of the following components:
- KR 6 R700 six.
- KR C4 compact.
- KUKA smartPAD.
- Gripper with pneumatic collision protection device.
- Panel with operator control and display elements.
- feet through every room door
- similar dimensions as a EURO pallet
|weight||approx. 300 kg|
- no problems with passenger elevators
- easy to move from one person
|Normal input voltage||230 V|
|Compressed air||6 bar|
Usable in any office or classroom with a small air compressor
Digi Robotics YouBot
Kuka youBot is a versatile mobile robot with open interfaces. It’s equipped with omnidirectional wheels, a 5-DOF manipulator arm with a two-finger gripper, and a Mini-ITX PC board …
Kuka youBot is a versatile mobile robot with open interfaces. It’s equipped with omnidirectional wheels, a 5-DOF manipulator arm with a two-finger gripper, and a Mini-ITX PC board. And then there’s the software: the youBot runs a version of Ubuntu Linux, and a ROS “wrapper” is available to interface with the robot’s systems.
- The main programming interface is a C++ API, and there are drivers for a variety of sensors, including Kinetic. Also available are a host of ready-to-use libraries and applications, as well as simulation models for Gazebo, Webots, V-REP, and Modelica.
- If you’d like to know what you can do with the youBot, here’s a recent example: the youBots are the robots used by MIT researchers to assemble Ikea furniture. For more demos, take a look at the hackathons organized by Kuka. The idea, its technological readiness, economic impact, competitive advantage, and other criteria.
The youBot basically consists of a 5 degree of freedom arm and an omnidirectional mobile platform. You can combine these modules in several configurations.
The KUKA youBot 1-arm-system combines robust hardware with open interfaces and therefore offers a perfect solution for research and understanding of mobile manipulation.
With the KUKA youBot 2-arm-system you are able to realize more complex manipulation tasks. To extend the needed payload for example, it is possible to cooperate and coordinate both arms. But also handing-over material or cooperative tooling is thinkable.