February 2, 2010

M-3iA Assembly Robot Picks and Chooses

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FANUC Robotics America has an answer to making a better assembly bot. The M-3iA is lightweight, portable and can carry weights of up to 6kg. With a three axis wrist, the glorified Waldo is flexible enough to assemble or pick up electronics, pharmaceuticals, supplies, etc. Because it is in an enclosed structure it can also be used in food environments. (Shall I pick you some fries to go with that Big Mac?)

Via FANUC Robotics

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at February 2, 2010 8:45 AM
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