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Advanced SCARA robots are designed for applications like carrying, packing, assembling objects weighing up to 20 kg. More than 250 different SCARA robots in Epson’s offer allow you to optimally match the robot to the task, and 25 years of experience guarantees the highest quality of robots, controllers and software supporting the development of robotic applications.

G Series

The basic series of Epson SCARA robots with loads from 1 to 20 kg and arm length up to 1 m. The modern approach allows comprehensive control of robotic stations (up to 4 robots controlled by one controller).

LS Series

The Epson LS series robots have been created for factories that are looking for solutions that increase flexibility and efficiency while reducing investment costs. The use of a fully functional controller allows cheap and easy expansion, support for multiple communication protocols, cooperation with vision systems and the conveyor belt tracking function. Thanks to the Epson SCARA LS robots, you can easily and quickly manipulate elements on the production line while retaining it’s flexibility, which allows efficient modification.

kwadrat  more flexible and faster than linear systems

kwadrat  easy to program and use

kwadrat  designed for various applications

kwadrat  Includes an efficient and compact Epson RC90 controller

kwadrat  RC + programming environment compatible with the Windows system with an attached simulator

kwadrat  long life cycle and the highest reliability of Epson

RS Series

Epson SCARA robots of the RS Spider series are characterized by the lack of dead zones in the work area. This means that the robot can get to each point in the work area and choose the shortest path. This facilitates programming and significantly speeds up the performance of the robot. Just like the other robotized EPSON systems, the EPSON Spider also provide maximum speed, precision and reliability. With guaranteed repeatability of 10 μm, they are able to work in applications with high requirements, while maintaining the accuracy of points and precision of the path. Both EPSON Spider robots have the same construction, differing only in range and maximum load on the arm.
 

kwadrat lack of dead zones and singularities

kwadrat significantly shortened cycle time

kwadrat internal signal and pneumatic wires