Robot Delta a 2 Assi, Premontato, con Unità di Controllo, Diametro Spazio di Lavoro 700 mm
Il Delta a 2 assi è stato sviluppato appositamente per attività di pick and place estremamente veloci. Può essere utilizzato anche per attività di prelievo su nastro trasportatore, di smistamento o di impilamento. Il robot Delta come cinematica a 2 assi viene fornito in due diverse dimensioni con i relativi controller.
Includes igus® Robot Control
Modular control and Software
This set enables you to control the robolink® robot arm. With the corresponding software, you can programme and move the robot via a graphical user interface. Main features:
Modular, control system based on top-hat (DIN) rail, easy to extend
Smooth motion with 1/256 microstepping
Energy saving operation with adaptive current control: Trinamics StallGuard2 and CoolStep Technologies
Intuitive control and programming environment with interactive 3D user interface
Programming commands like Joint, Linear, If-Then-Else, DigitalOut, Loop etc.
Interface to remote computer via TCP/IP
ROS packages are available
Download the software and test if on your computer
Download the software now for free. This allows you to familiarize yourself with the user interface and functions even before you buy the components. With the Digital Twin you get an overview of the possibilities of your robot. (System requirements: Windows 10 PC, free USB 2.0 port, Ethernet port, 500 MB free storage)
Typical application areas
The Delta robots from igus® are available as 2-axis or 3-axis variants. They are suitable for pick and place, conveyor belt picking and stacking tasks in three-dimensional space. In conjunction with a gripper or suction cup and a vision system, bin picking tasks can be implemented very quickly.
Optional handheld with touch screen
Choose the right setup for you.
You can control the robot either from your Windows 10 PC or from the optional handheld with touch screen. On the PC the robot can be programmed via a graphical user interface. With the handheld you can control the robot with a joystick and start programs via the touch screen. In addition, you can also connect a gamepad to your Windows PC for control as an alternative to the handheld. With this handheld, the robot runs autonomously without the computer after programming via the Windows PC.