Yamaha Motor Europe Factory Automation Section will demonstrate technologies to accelerate robotic processes, including on-the-fly visual inspection and alignment, at Motek in Stuttgart, 7-10 October 2019.
Yamaha’s on-the-fly vision draws on technologies perfected in precision surface-mount electronics assembly to inspect and align picked parts at full speed, greatly reducing tact time of processes like palletizing, de-palletizing, and mechanical assembly. The demonstration will run on the competitively priced YK-400XR SCARA robot and contrast the high-speed system with conventional vision to highlight the potential time savings and productivity advantages.
Visitors to the booth, no. 7328 hall 7, can find out more about the linear, multi-axis, cartesian, and SCARA robots from Yamaha, available in many sizes and configurations including special cleanroom variants. Together, they create a unique single-vendor opportunity to simplify and streamline system integration. The complete portfolio includes drivers and controllers including the advanced RCX340, the unique LCM100 programmable linear conveyor module, iVY plug-and-play vision systems, and accessories including electric grippers and high-megapixel cameras with flexible lens options.
Yamaha specialists based at the company’s European office in Neuss, Germany will be available throughout the fair to discuss everything from first assessment to programming and maintaining robotic automation for all types of applications in manufacturing, packaging, logistics, and more.