How the igus drylin delta robot handles the most delicate of tasks
In this week’s eggs-cellent video, we see a drylin delta robot in final preparations for Easter. The cost-effective and lightweight modular system can be used for the most delicate of pick-&-place tasks, even collecting Easter eggs.
The three NEMA stepper motors and encoders driving the belt axes ensure a pick rate of at least 60 per minute with a precision of ±0.5mm. The complete system, which is available directly from stock as a kit or delivered pre-assembled ready to install, now features a calibrating pin for easy positioning at the zero point.
Its maintenance-free belt drive units, lubrication-free link rods, encoders and stepper motors combine to create a lightweight design. The typical ROI period for the drylin delta robot is estimated at just six months, which compares favourably to the industry’s rule-of-thumb target of two years.
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