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All-in-One SCARA Robot for Simple Applications



Epson Robots has expanded its line of industrial SCARA robots with the new T-Series All-in-One robots with built-in controller, a new technology feature that reduces space requirements and simplifies set-up. The T3, the first product in the T-Series, offers a cost-effective and simple-to-integrate and install automation solution for simple applications such as pick and place, assembly, parts handling and dispensing applications in industries ranging from automotive and medical development, to lab automation, consumer electronics, electronic components and industrial.

"Our T3 is a powerful, low-cost automation solution designed for easy integration, which helps lower the total cost of ownership," said Gregg Brunnick, Director of Product Management for Epson Robots. "It is ideal for customers looking to automate their factories without wasting time or money on complex slide-based solutions. Since it includes the same intuitive software and powerful features we incorporate in our high-end robots, we are giving users both the power and simplicity required for their applications."

The T3 features a built-in controller, conveniently housed in the robot's base, runs at 110 V or 220 V and requires no battery, reducing factory downtime for maintenance. "This compact, lightweight, robot helps to reduce the total cost of installation and integration for factory automation projects, is suitable for simple applications and is more cost-effective than current solutions that use multi-axis linear slides," said a company spokesperson.

Key features include:

  • Efficient operation - fits seamlessly into an automation workflow
  • Easy to install
  • Integrated vision guidance option - designed specifically for robot guidance; makes it easy to automate simple applications when vision is required
  • Built-in controller - saves critical workspace with the controller conveniently housed in the robot's base
  • Wide variety of integrated options - Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT, DeviceNet, PROFIBUS, PROFINET and CC-Link fieldbus interfaces are all supported, as well as GUI Builder and other integrated options to help reduce total development time
  • Small and lightweight
  • No battery required for encoder - minimizes downtime and reduces overall cost of ownership.

For more information contact:

EPSON Robots

1650 E. Glenn Curtiss Street

Carson, CA 90746

562-290-5910

info@robots.epson.com

www.epsonrobots.com

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