With a Universal Robots robot arm, you can automate and streamline repetitive or potentially unsafe processes, so staff can be assigned to jobs that provide them with new challenges.
The collaborative robots, or cobots, are categorized based on payload limits. The different models also have reach, weight and footprint differences.
Universal Robots' three different collaborative robots are easily integrated into existing production environments. With six articulation points, and a wide scope of flexibility, the collaborative robot arms are designed to mimic the range of motion of a human arm.
UR 3 Robot Arm
- Radius: 500mm / 19.7 ins
- Payload: 3 kg / 6.6 lbs
- Weight: 11 kg / 24.3 lbs
- Footprint: 128 mm / 4.6 ins
- Axis: 6 axis
UR 5 Robot Arm
- Radius: 800mm / 33.5 ins
- Payload: 5 kg / 11 lbs
- Weight: 18.4 kg / 40.6 lbs
- Footprint: 149 mm / 5.9 ins
- Axis: 6 axis
Universal Robots Applications
Maximize efficiency. Increase quality. Optimize production. Improve performance. Reduce costs.
Automate virtually anything with a collaborative robot arm from Universal Robots. From gluing and mounting to pick and place, and packaging, a robotic arm can streamline and optimize processes across your production operation.
- Pick and Place
- Injection Molding
- Packaging & Palletizing
- Quality Inspection
- Machine Tending
- Screw Driving
- Lab Analysis & Testing
- Glue Dispensing
UR robots can be easily mounted to a mobile pedestal making them a flexible tool that can be used in day-to-day operations.
CNC Machine Tending
The UR robot can be used in most CNC applications and reprogrammed quickly as parts and tasks changeover.
Polishing & Finishing
Using a UR 10 robot for polishing increases production and eliminates bottle necks within the assembly process.
Universal Robots Features
The UR robots are packed with truly amazing benefits. All of these benefits have made the UR robots a game changer within the industrial and collaborative robot industry.
Patented technology lets operators with no programming experience quickly set up and operate our robots with intuitive, 3D visualization.
Fast Set Up
Universal Robots has revolutionized robot set-up, reducing typical robotic deployment measured in weeks to a matter of hours.
Moving the robot to new processes is fast and easy, giving you the agility to automate almost any manual task, including those with small batches or fast change-overs.
Collaborative and Safe Robots
You can replace human operators in dirty, dangerous, and dull jobs to reduce repetitive strain and accidental injuries. Eighty percent of the thousands of UR robots worldwide operate with no safety guarding.
Fastest Payback in the Robot Industry
Universal Robots gives you all the advantages of advanced robotic automation, with none of the traditional added costs associated with robot programming, set-up, and dedicated, shielded work cells.
Make the Move to Collaborative Robots
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Exclusive Services from ONExia Inc
ONExia offers support on all levels to help our customers implement collaborative robots into their production lines and factory floors.
- Proof of concept where we take actual parts & provide a video for the customer to review
- Detailed quotation of all accessories needed
After Sale Support
- Initial setup of robot
- Warranty troubleshooting and repairs at your facility
- Accessories and services to ensure best throughput from the robot
Custom Integration - Un-structured basket or bin picking
We are making history at ONExia.
Every day we consult with customers who are interested in applying collaborative robots in their facility. Many of these are applications where the robot will tend a machine or perform a parts assembly. Often, the task is a relatively easy one for a Universal Robot and a Robotiq gripper.
The complication is getting parts to and sometimes from the robot. In most of the applications we see, an operator is taking parts from a basket or bin and then performing the operation. The operator uses vision and sometime tactile sensing to retrieve each part from a basket or bin.