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7-axis Cobot Extends Reach and Payloads

The KR1018 has a payload of up to 18 kg, a reach of 1000 mm and seven degrees of freedom.

Kassow Robots Kr1018 Cobot 800
Kassow Robots

Kassow Robots (Copenhagen) introduced to North America the KR1018. This industrial cobot is strong enough to perform machine tending with heavy metal and plastic parts and to carry out pick-and-place tasks at high payloads.

The 7-axis KR1018 has a payload of 18 kg and a reach of 1000 mm, making it able to complete precise and repetitive industrial tasks that require great strength. The easy-to-use interface and plug-and-play concept of the 7-axis cobot make it accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) without robot engineers.

The KR1018 is well suited for industrial applications, including machine tending, assembly, quality assurance, palletizing and pick-and-place tasks. Its seventh axis, or “wrist joint,” and the safety-compliant design inherent to the cobot class of automated material handling solutions allow for human–robot collaboration. At just 34 kg, the KR1018 is easy to relocate to perform tasks in different areas of a facility.

The seventh axis gives the KR1018 a small footprint (160 x 160 mm), increased maneuverability and an increased range of motion to perform such tasks as the loading and unloading of heavy parts for the metalworking industry or heavy lifting in the food-production sector.

The seventh axis also enables continuous dispensing, welding and material removal applications, regardless of access angle, without the need to reorient the arm.

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