27 - 31 May
YASKAWA Europe Headquarter
The Motoman MH600 is geared to needs in classical handling and general applications. This flexible 6-axis robot features a high payload of up to 600 kg and a large working range of 2,942 mm. It is equipped with a parallel link construction and robust bearings. This ensures strength, stability and rigidity, even with loads with a high torque and moment of inertia, and guarantees uniform rotation of the arm. Due to its high-quality fittings, the robot from the MH series is particularly suitable for handling bulky and heavy workpieces, as well as heavy-duty machining such as grinding or milling. The MH600 features a particularly stiff wrist and a high resisting torque. The Motoman MH600 is controlled by the DX200. With the generation change in controls to the DX200 the robot cables have been reduced from three to two - true savings potential.
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The Motoman MH600 is geared to needs in classical handling and general applications. This flexible 6-axis robot features a high payload of up to 600 kg and a large ...