MOBILE ROBOT TAKES ON HEAVY TRANSPORTS
With a payload capacity of 250kg, the LD-250 is the strongest addition to the LD series of mobile robots.
The LD-250 mobile robot can be used to transport large components that would traditionally be moved
by human workers using carts. To optimize the autonomous material transport system, customers will
use OMRON’s industry-first Fleet Manager, which can control a diverse fleet of up to 100 of OMRON’s
mobile robots that can consist of different payloads and capabilities, by conducting traffic management,
battery management, and navigation of vehicles.
LD Mobile Robots are self-navigating Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles (AIV) designed for transporting material in challenging environments that may include confined passageways as well as crowded locations.
Unlike traditional autonomously guided vehicles (AGVs), these mobile robots require no modifications like
floor magnets or navigational beacons, saving users up to 15% in deployment costs. Designed for developers, integrators, and end-users, the system can be customized for a variety of applications and payloads.
COBOT CELL GETS AUTOMATION
To overcome capacity challenges, labor shortages, and quality variability, the FastLOAD CR2000 collaborative machine tool
cell can help companies maximize efficiency and profitability,
increase profits, address labor shortages, and improve operator safety.
For high efficiency, the CR2000 can tend two machines simultaneously so an operator can load and unload parts while
the robot is working on the other machine. It features a FANUC
CR-15iA collaborative six-axis robot, an intuitive touchscreen interface with easy in-shop wifi programming, and gripper fingers
that allow for parts ranging from 5/8 to 5 ¾-in. diameter.
The FastLOAD CR2000 standard machine tool cell is de-
signed with all components fully integrated for fast delivery
Developed for use in classrooms, robotics labs,
and robotics training centers, the pre-engineered
EduCart workcell for education and workforce development features a fenceless design and six-axis industrial robot.
Compact and lightweight, the extruded aluminum
cart is highly portable and features fold-in windows
and a fold-up tabletop for transportation through a
standard 36-in. doorway. The platform then easily
expands to provide an increased work envelope for
training. The EduCart platform includes a fully integrated suite of industrial-grade academic tools for
teaching a wide variety of real-world applications.
Featuring Yaskawa’s GP8 robot and YRC1000mi-
cro controller, the EduCart is powered through a
standard 110 VAC outlet. The YRC1000 standard
pendant provides an easy-to-use graphical interface for programming, I/O control, and monitoring.
YASKAWA AMERICA, INC.,
MOTOMAN ROBOTICS DIVISION