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March 1, 2005

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Shelf-mounted robot for injection molding

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KS Series robots are designed for top loading and unloading of injection molding machines. The series offers a low-profile design for platen-mounted robots that reduces ceiling height requirements on IMMs up to 1200 tons. The shelf-mount design has a greater downward working envelope compared to standard floor-mounted robot models?improving the processor?s flexibility and cycle times.

For the flexibility of a six-axis robot with the low-profile capability of a shelf-mount, the robot series optimizes space and increases accessibility to the workcell. The robots are available in KR 16, 30, and 60 models with payloads up to 60 kg and a vertical reach for part removal of 1800 mm. The robots are ideal for top-mount integration onto injection molding machines, for part unloading, insert loading, degating, and other post-mold processes.

In addition, the robots are suited for applications on machine tools for part loading and unloading, palletizing, deburring, and part marking.

Kuka Robotics Corp.
Clinton Township, MI
(866) 873-5852
www.kukarobotics.com

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