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Wemo Automation AB (Bor Sweden) has now added a new very large linear robot for injection molding machines up to 4000 tonne clamping force. This extends the range of robots on offer from the vendor. More details are available at K at stand 10/D60.

September 23, 2010

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Wemo robots get bigger and better

Wemo Automation AB (Bor Sweden) has now added a new very large linear robot for injection molding machines up to 4000 tonne clamping force. This extends the range of robots on offer from the vendor. More details are available at K at stand 10/D60.

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Injection machine automation possibilities  up to 4,000 tonnes

The Basic Flexible range of linear servo robots is comprised of 8 models, starting with the Wemo 6-5, suitable for injection molding machines from 25 tonne and with handling weight up to 4 kg, and progressing up to the new large Wemo 26-7 for injection molding machines up to 4000 tonne and with handling weights up to 100 kg.

Wemo has also been working on its servo driven swing arm robot, the Wemo 4-5, which now features an improved design requiring less space and with increased application possibilities. The extremely short cycle time makes the robot suitable for handling of small parts as well as sprues. The powerful servomotors ensure fast take-out time and reduced energy consumption, only 10% of that used by standard sprue pickers. When replacing existing sprue pickers, a payback time within 1 year can be expected according to Wemo.-[email protected]

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