AUTOMATE CHALLENGING ASSEMBLY PROCESSES WITH THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY
Advances in automation control technology are allowing robots to complete complicated assembly processes where previously incapable. For over 40 years, Kawasaki has been improving technology to meet the high demand of assembly applications.
Kawasaki offers standard interfaces for inspection and motion guidance by 2D and 3D vision systems. These vision systems can identify the style of part to be assembled, or uniquely locate a part feature in order to accurately assemble the product. Advances in control hardware and software allows the robot to gently comply with tooling or the part to correct for any positional error. For large assembly applications, multiple robots can be synchronized to lift or assemble a large component using cooperative motion control. Servo end of arm tooling and multi-axis positioners can all be controlled by the Kawasaki robot controller to complete multiple assembly operations in a single work cell.
Kawasaki's innovative hardware and software can help you solve your complex assembly challenges.
Automated screw tightening by collaborative dual-arm robot
[Online exhibition] The dual-armed SCARA robot duAro automatically connecting boards
[Online exhibition] The dual-armed SCARA robot duAro assembling CPUs
[Online exhibition] The dual-armed SCARA robot duAro assembling and handling FPCs
JissoPortec2019 Assembling and Screw Tightening for PCBs
Assembly of PCB Parts with Floppy Leads - Kawasaki duAro robot
Car Body Assembly at iREX2015 - Kawasaki CX210L, BX300L, BX100S & BA006N robots
Assembling Wooden Pallets - Kawasaki BX100N robot
Assembly & Inspection of Multi Control Valves - Kawasaki RS005L robot
Gear Engagement & Assembly
Assembling Electronic Devices
Collaborative Assembly of a Motorcycle Wheel - Kawasaki BX200L robot
Assembling Transmission Gears
Robots for Assembly
Small-to-medium robots up to 80kg payload
Small to medium-sized general-purpose robots with payload capacity from 3 to 80 kg.
Large robots up to 300kg payload
Large general-purpose robots with a payload capacity from 100 to 300 kg.
Dual-arm Collaborative robots
Kawasaki’s uniquely developed dual-armed SCARA robot can coexist and collaborate with humans.
Robots that pick and sort small parts and food products at high speed.