Pick-and-place operations are everywhere in automation and assembly with myriad solutions available to perform them. Determining the best solution for a given pick-and-place operation requires consideration of the required performance characteristics: payload, reach, and speed, among others. For those in the know, cartesian robots offer an unparalleled level of optimization around these characteristics, because each can be defined independently of the others. Join this webinar to find out why cartesian robots (also known as linear robots or cartesian handling systems) are frequently the best choice for pick-and-place operations, as well as how they compare to other types of industrial robots. Also covered will be a simple-to-use online tool for sizing and selecting cartesian systems. Why settle for a good-fit solution for your pick-and-place operation when the best fit is readily available?
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The key elements of a cartesian robot
- How cartesian robots compare to other types of industrial robots
- The top 6 use cases for cartesian robots
- How to easily specify cartesian robots and handling systems