NACHI (Australia) has introduced the new Presto MR20 robot that features a 7-axis arm supporting up to 30kg payload capacity.
The unique 7-axis design allows the robot to closely emulate the motions of the human arm enabling it to perform more complicated work processes in constricted work areas.
The MR20 was designed to provide a compact arm and powerful body with a wrist torque twice that of comparable sized robots. The unique 7-axis design allows the arm to avoid singularities while providing multiple posture solutions for the same work TCP.
The MR20 features a horizontal reach of 1260mm, a repeatability of 0.1mm built on a compact base, two 6mm through arm pneumatic lines, 18 conductor signal cable, and through arm support for servo gripper tooling.
The arm is controlled by the Nachi AX20 series controller and has simplified programming solutions that utilise the primary 6 axis unless selected by the programmer.
The MR20 is suitable for machine tending, material handling, and case packing. When coupled with the Nachi NV-AX Vision system, it can solve bin picking and product assembly application.
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