Cobots and Grippers

This is now more than a human hand and smarter than robots.

What is cobot?

”  A cobot, or collaborative robot, is a robot intended for direct human robot interaction within a shared space, or where humans and robots are in close proximity.  “

Why you should choose cobot ?

Light Weight – High Load

Easy to use

Easy to Disassemble

Wireless remote

Wireless Remote

precision

Precision Accuracy

Improved productivity

Safety Work And Flexible

Graphical Programming

Graphical Programming

Drag and drop programming

Drag and drop programming

With the concept of integrated industrial design, JAKA Cobots can perform their tasks well in harsh noise and dust environments, and excel in strict environments requiring high cleanliness.

Open Ecosystem Tri-Co Interaction

JAKA Cobot is based on the Linux scripting language, has good compatibility, and provides SDK (C, C++, C#) driver for secondary development of the system. Meanwhile, universal control is designed for fast docking of upstream and downstream automation equipment. Its outstanding features guarantee that when JAKA Cobots work in harsh environments like high temperature, high noise, high cleanliness, dust, etc., can still cope with operators, other robots, and working situations.

Wireless Connection Remote Assistance

Wireless Linking

No Teach Pendant

Remote Assistance

Remote Monitoring

With the rise of Industry 4.0 technologies, cobots are now taking their place alongside their human counterparts to help remove the dull, dirty, and dangerous tasks from the activities to more delicate human operatives.

The Applications

Cobot applications contrast with traditional industrial robot applications in which robots were isolated from human contact. Cobot safety may rely on lightweight construction materials, rounded edges, the inherent limitation of speed and force, or on sensors and software that ensures safe behavior.

The Uses

Cobots can have many uses, from information robots in public spaces (an example of service robots), logistics robots that transport materials within a building,  to industrial robots that help automate unergonomic tasks such as helping people moving heavy parts, or machine feeding or assembly operations.

The Cobots

The Grippers

Reference :

 

 1. Wikipedia : Cobot