YAMAHA quality makes it possible. Even with single-axis robots, Productivity is improved with confidence.
With the recent improvements in KAIZEN awareness, we have received many requests from manufacturing sites. “We need a faster single-axis robot to further improve productivity! Of course, we want to use this robot for an extended period of time with confidence.”
To respond to such a request, “High agility mode” has been added to the Advanced model lineup of the Robonity series.
Why does faster acceleration/deceleration benefit the customer?
The robot operation time can be shortened.
Therefore, the product manufacturing time can be shortened.
That is, the daily production quantity can be increased and more production can be performed in the same time.
Large difference! Effect of acceleration/deceleration!
Comparison of movement time when the payload is 1kg.
For LGXS10-20-100 Comparison of high acceleration/deceleration operation tact time
Why is this improvement achieved!? YAMAHA’s Advanced model
Advanced model uses a ground ball screw (C5 class) as standard. So, this model can be used at high acceleration/deceleration for an extended period of time with confidence.
Simulation results of 1 kg transfer
Movement stroke is 100 mm. Payload is 1kg. Robot operates 8 times per cycle.
Daily operation hours are 8 hours. Robot operates for 20 days every month. Operating ratio is 100%.
The estimation is made under the above conditions.
Robot operation time
As a result, there is a difference of about 6,000 pcs. (about 10%) in one month under exactly the same operating conditions.
Yamaha's single-axis robots have excellent durability and long product service life.
The “Robonity” series has been evolved further. By utilizing our accumulated know-how and the features of each component to the maximum extent, the products confidently meet various needs of our customers, such as low cost, productivity, space saving, and quality improvement.
Please try the excellent product performance of the “Robonity” series.
01Shortest Overall Length
The industry’ s shortest class is achieved for the total length in relation to the effective stroke.