From April 1st to 5th 2019, Kawasaki Robotics Germany will present current trends and products together with the Japanese parent company Kawasaki Heavy Industries and the European divisions Motors, Gas Turbines and Precision Machinery. The Kawasaki BX300L robot, specially developed for car body construction, effortlessly moves a permanently mounted Kawasaki Motors Ninja H2 through the air. With 231 HP and a top speed of 300 km/h, the Superbike is the current highlight in the portfolio of the Motors Division.
Kawasaki Robotics RS007N and RS007L: Highest working speed in their class
With the RS007N/L models, Kawasaki Robotics also introduces extremely fast robots for small payloads. Both models meet the growing demand for compact robots in the electronics and food industries. The RS007N and the RS007L continue to offer the proven operational advantages of the R series robots – supplemented by a newly designed arm structure and a weight reduction of the main unit. These improvements enable the highest working speeds in this robot class as well as higher working ranges. The RS007N has a reach of 730 mm and the RS007L of 930 mm – for more flexibility in the design of production systems.
Twin-arm SCARA robot duAro serves coffee to trade fair visitors
Another highlight at the Kawasaki booth: the collaborative double-arm SCARA robot duAro. Visitors can select a coffee speciality on the touchscreen and have it prepared and served directly by duAro in conjunction with a high-end Chicco D’oro coffee machine.