June 4, 2018

Robotic solutions take center stage

From June 19th – 22nd, 2018, the international automation industry will once again be descending on Munich. At the Automatica trade fair, the Stäubli stand (321 in Hall B5) will be one of largest, combining the company’s three divisions – Robotics, Fluid Connectors and Electrical Connectors.

One of the biggest crowd pullers at the exhibition is sure to be the highly realistic Smart Production Line. Here visitors can marvel at how robots and mobile robot systems produce components for tool changing systems in direct collaboration with human employees in an Industry 4.0 setting. They will be showing that Stäubli solutions are capable of realizing the production scenarios of the future today.

The company will also be staging a world premiere in Munich, namely for the TS2 SCARA series. Thanks to its superior JCS drive technology, the four-axis machine now comes with enclosed casing and internal cabling. The result is a superior hygienic design that paves the way for new applications.

The new TS2 SCARAs can be equipped with an integrated tool changer system – a real innovation that would not have been possible without the expertise of Stäubli Fluid Connectors. The connector specialists will be showcasing the complete range of tool changing systems for robots for the first time. MPS Complete, MPS Modular and MPS Customized are the result of intensive development work and offer three different options for the optimum tool change system across the full spectrum of production tasks.

Stäubli Electrical Connectors will be presenting connectors for welding applications as an innovative solution for robot cabling. RobiFix-MINI is exceptionally compact and lightweight which makes it ideal for intricate applications and for the new 10kHz technology. The multipole docking line connectors facilitate durable electrical connections in multi-couplings with plug cycles of up to one million and more. The modular CombiTac system permits maximum flexibility in the creation of application-specific interfaces.

Source:Stäubli

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