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New servo traverse robots simplify set-up

Sterltech Automation, a division of Sterling Inc., has launched SA Series servo drive robots. The robots are designed to fit molding machines from 50 to 6000 tons and are capable of payloads from one ...

October 1, 1999   Canadian Plastics



Sterltech Automation, a division of Sterling Inc., has launched SA Series servo drive robots. The robots are designed to fit molding machines from 50 to 6000 tons and are capable of payloads from one to over 130 lb. The 3D brushless servo driven axes are capable of multiple axis motion for faster speeds and reduced time in and around the mold area. Overall cycle times range from five seconds and up, with take-out times of less than 2 seconds. The robots are designed and built with heavy-duty linear bearings on all axes and high-strength, modular beam construction for reliability and enhanced flexibility. Programmable hand-held teach pendants with large display and full text messages simplify programming set-up. Off-line programming and unlimited storage of sequences is available with a standard PC-based link. All Sterltech servo drive robots are supported with customized or standard end-of-arm tooling, on-site installation and start-up and 24-hour on-call service.

Dier International Plastics

905/474-9874

(Circle 132 )

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