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Universal Robots

Universal Robots are flexible, lightweight and user-friendly 6-axis industrial robots. They are developed specially for small and medium enterprises, which have the need for flexible and effective automation that can provide them fast return of investments. The robots are easy to move around and do not require sturdy bases due to their lightweight structure. Safety fencing is not needed.

Equipped with intuitive programming, versatile use and an almost endless list of opportunities for add-ons, the e-Series is able to complement production regardless of your industry, company size or product nature.

WHY COBOTS? COBOTS OFFER GAME CHANGING BENEFITS

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URe3 URe3

URe3: Small but powerful, the UR3e has a payload of 3kgs and reach radius of 500mm. With 360 degree rotation on all wrist joints and infinite rotation on the end joint, this table- top cobot handles high precision tasks and light assembly tasks with ease.

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URe5URe5

URe5: The medium-sized member of the Universal Robots family is ideal for automating low-weight processing tasks with its 5kgs payload and 850mm reach radius. Easy to program and fast to set up, the UR5e strikes the perfect balance between size and power.

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URe10URe10

URe10: With the ability to automate tasks up to 10kgs with no compromise on precision, the UR10e is the Universal Robots’ family’s most powerful robot. A reach radius of 1300mm also enables it to carry out tasks like packaging and palletizing in facilities where there is a larger distance between different operating areas.

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R.R.Floody Company is a Universal Robots distributor in Chicago and Northern Illinois. We offer technical support to help our customers solve their applications.


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