SCARA Robots

Yaskawa Motoman’s SG-series SCARA robots are suitable for assembly and sortation, as well as multi-process systems requiring pick-and-place capability.

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Motoman Sg400 Max

Available in two compact models, the horizontally articulated Yaskawa SG400 and SG650 SCARA robots feature a high work envelope to mounting surface ratio. Each model can be easily integrated with existing robotic automation and can readily be redeployed.

The SG400 robot features a 400 mm radial reach, a 200 mm long U-axis stroke and a 3 kg maximum payload, and the SG650 offers a 650 mm radial reach, 210 mm long U-axis stroke and a 6 kg payload capacity. Each model is highly repeatable and offers a wide variety of fieldbus connectivity options.

Easy-to-integrate vision functionality with MotoSight 2D, a Cognex In-Sight based vision system, provides feature-rich functionality and reduces the cost of expensive tooling for locating parts.

Installation is quick and efficient. A single cable is all that is needed to connect the manipulator to the controller, resulting in easy setup and reduced expenses for maintenance and spare parts inventory. Built-in air lines, user IO wiring and a hollow tool shaft simplify tool integration.

SG-series robots are controlled by the compact YRC1000micro controller; the same controller used on six-axis Yaskawa robots. This controller utilizes a lightweight standard teach pendant with intuitive programming and can be installed in either a vertical or horizontal position, as well as within a 19-inch rack.

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