Distinctive Capabilities

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Fast in Actual Use

Have you ever been disappointed by a robot that failed to live up to catalog performance claims?
That's not a problem with Epson robots. They come three technologies that will satisfy your needs.

Fast, Precise Motion

Shorten the tact time with
"the highest speed in the industry"
"the optimum acceleration / deceleration for the payload"
"sudden short stops"

Quick & Delicate motion

One of the strengths of our robots is their ability to perform combinations of short- and long-distance movements, in sequences such as that indicated by A-to-I sequence in the diagram above. These sorts of distance combinations are used in actual practice, yet catalog specs do not reveal actual performance

An arch motion is used to move directly to a target

You can independently specify the a, b, and z parameters for the arch motion (Jump command).
Parameters a and b specify vertical movement only.

Direct path to target by Arch Motion

a: Distance of Z axis ascent (retreat) (mm)
b: Distance of Z axis descent (approach) (mm)
z: Horizontal travel height (mm)

Short, full stops with minimal residual vibration

Residual vibration after a robot stops at a target position causes problems.
Vibration makes accurate operation difficult. It also lengthens work time.
Epson robots are capable of coming to a complete stop with low vibration even after traveling at high speed. This makes it easy to advance quickly to the next point.

Stop short with minimal residual vibration