Entry into robot automation made easy
Getting started with robot automation will be easier in the future. With the new Plug&Play Cobot Series HC DTP, Yaskawa is making it easier to set up simple cobot installations. The adapter flange and internal media routing options have been adapted to the wide range of common cobot tools and grippers on the cobot market. In addition, Yaskawa offers a new Market Place for plug-and-play and compatible accessory products.2 Feb 2022
With the new DTP series (P for Plug&Play), Yaskawa equips the entire HC Cobot series with an adapter flange, which has become a quasi-standard in the cobot world to mechanically connect peripherals such as grippers to the robot. Motoman robots from Yaskawa have the advantage that the media routing (Ethernet, I/O and compressed air) is routed in the robot arm. Each cobot model now has convenient wrist-mounted control buttons that make it easier to teach the robot via hand-guidance because you don't always have to confirm every position on the robot's hand-held control panel.
In parallel, Yaskawa is launching its own "ecosYstem" partner product program: a network of various peripheral products and complete systems displayed online. In addition to Yaskawa's own products such as drives, linear axes or software packages, peripheral partners can also have their products listed. The main focus is on the Plug&Play packages, which are available as a package with complete mechanical, electrical and software integration and can be integrated immediately.
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