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New Possibilities in Precision Robotics: Hexapods Improve Production Processes

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Author: Dr. Markus Frietsch and Stefan Vorndran
Thursday, September 1, 2016
PI (Physik Instrumente) LP, Motion Control, Air Bearings, Piezo Mechanics

Precision assembly processes in the semiconductor, electronics, and automobile industries are benefitting from new capabilities of hexapod 6-axis motion and positioning systems in production processes. Advances in controllers allow real-time connectivity with other production components. The six-axis parallel kinematic hexapod robots are available with load capacity from 2kg to 2,000kg and travel from 10 to hundreds of millimeters, while maintaining sub-micron precision.

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