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
Kuka LBR IIWA 7 Axis Human Interactive Robot integrated with Robotic Human Hand
The series production version of the anthropomorphic SCHUNK 5-finger hand grips nearly as perfectly as the human hand.
The electronics are completely integrated into the wrist, which allows the 5-finger hand to simulate nearly all human hand movements.
- A NEW ERA OF HUMAN-ROBOT COLLABORATION.
- The mission of establishing the robot as an intelligent helper, able to support humans by virtue of its high-quality work, is one that KUKA has been fulfilling for a long time with its industrial robots. In the field of service robotics, we are now pursuing a new, far-reaching vision. As a bringer of the latest technologies from KUKA’s research, the LBR iiwa is now a trailblazer for totally new forms of cooperation between humans and machines. LBR stands for “Leichtbauroboter” (German for lightweight robot), iiwa for “intelligent industrial work assistant”. The robotic innovation with sensory capabilities for safety, fast teaching and simple operator control, opens up new areas of application in the vicinity of humans that were previously off-limits for robots.
- LBR iiwa redefines the possibilities for industrial robotics. For the first time, humans and robots can work together on highly sensitive tasks in close cooperation. Safety fences, dispensed with new applications, are opened up and the way is paved for greater cost-effectiveness and utmost efficiency. The LBR iiwa is an important milestone on the road to service robotics. It is the first robot to have safe torque sensors in every axis and is suited for tactile solutions and simple gripper systems.
|Payload||7 kg||14 kg|
|Max. reach||800 mm||820 mm|
|Volume of working envelope||1.7 m³||1.8 m³|
Other data and variants
|Number of axes||7||7|
|Power connection||220 V AC||220 V AC|
|Weight||23.9 kg||29.9 kg|
Servo-electric 5-Finger Gripping Hand
A Vision is Reality.
The first Series Production 5-Finger Hand.
The series production version of the anthropomorphic SCHUNK 5-finger hand grips nearly as perfectly as the human hand. The electronics are completely integrated into the wrist, which allows the 5-finger hand to simulate nearly all human hand movements.
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