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ROBOTS & AUTOMATION (March 01, 2009)

Beam robots offer longer strokes for added versatility

March 1, 2009   Canadian Plastics

Beam robots offer longer strokes for added versatility

New configurations of the economical Axess of servo-driven beam robots from Sepro America LLC give molders up to 33 per cent greater vertical reach along with new safety and convenience features normally available only on high-end robots.

The new Axess 22 has a standard vertical stroke of 1400 mm (55 inches) with 1600 mm (64 inches) available. That’s 200 mm or 8 inches of additional stroke than previously available on this size of robot. The Axess 33 has a standard vertical stroke of 1600mm, with 1800mm (70 inches) available. Telescoping arms, which are ideal for low-ceiling applications, are also available on both the Axess 22 and 33.

Ideal for simple pick-and-place applications on smaller molding machines, the Axess Series is a line of 3-axis servo-driven Sepro robots that offer high-performance capabilities at a price below most other 3-axis servo robots. The Sepro-exclusive ‘Y-free’ function, also standard, provides for the programmed release of the strip-axis motor, allowing free movement of the robot arm and load-free ejector tracking. Wrist rotation from 0 to 180, with a programmable intermediate stop at 90, is a popular option.


Sepro America LLC (Pittsburgh, Pa.);

1 877-737-7610

Industries Laferriere (Mascouche, Que.);


Shadow Automation, Inc. (Uxbridge, Ont.);

416 464 2070

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