Author : admin | Friday, 18 January 2019
A new solution for automating most repetitive production tasks is now available. Omron Automation Americas, an industry leader in automation technology, has announced the release of its new TM Series Collaborative Robot to facilitate collaboration between humans and machines.
Industry-leading automation solution provider Omron Automation Americas recently introduced the release of an advanced yet instinctive solution for automating repetitive tasks in manufacturing. With built-in vision and a user-friendly, plug-and-play programming interface, the new TM Series Collaborative Robot works seamlessly with humans to enhance productivity and assure safety.
Designed to enable an innovative manufacturing environment, this highly transportable robot complies with safety requirements for -robot collaboration specified in ISO 10218-1 and ISO/TS 15066. It can be easily trained to perform almost any repetitive task in any location thanks to a manual teaching function that allows operators to teach the robot with hand-guidance without needing for Software.
Programming program is intuitive and quick to set up. The robot reduces installation and setup times compared with traditional industrial robots thanks to a flowchart-based programming interface and intuitive teaching. No past robot programming experience is necessary.
Integrated on-arm vision system further reduces setup time. The robot comes with built-in vision and integrated lighting for getting products with a wide viewing angle. Image sensing functions entail pattern matching, barcode reading, color identification and more.
Compliance with all human-machine collaborative safety standards. The robot assures safe cooperation between humans and machines and reduces installation time by reducing the requisite for industrial safety guarding.
The introduction of the new Collaborative Robot is geared towards manufacturers seeking to boost production and reduce employee fatigue by automating repetitive tasks such as machine tending, loading and unloading, assembly, screw driving, gluing, testing or soldering.
This article is originally posted on omron247.com