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FANUC LR Mate 200iC Robot Used in Laboratory Data Collection - Courtesy of ESS Technologies

 
 

In this TaskMate™ system developed for Syngenta Biotechnology, a FANUC LR Mate 200iC robot grabs solution from a tray of laboratory bottles with a custom-made gripper.

The FANUC LR Mate then agitates the solution by shaking and swirling the bottle. The robot's six axes allow for a wider range of motion. The FANUC LR Mate then places the bottle on an integrated scale where the bottle is weighed and data is collected. The weight for each bottle is updated in a PC-based control program with an Ethernet connection.

The results? Syngenta says that the speed of this data collection process has increased their raw data flow several thousand percent, and derives more value by driving new research to new areas. Syngenta also says that the benefits of an automated process using FANUC Robotics allow them to consider that the robotic system paid for itself in less than one year. This system was developed by ESS Technologies.

Follow the link to learn more about FANUC Robotics' full line of Picking Robots used for Material Handling Applications.

 
   
     
 

Key Robot Technology Demonstrated

 

LR Mate 200iC Robot

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  • Offers maximum performance in a light, efficient, accurate and nimble (LEAN) package
  • Meets the automation needs of a variety of industries including electronics, medical devices, food, metals, plastics, and packaged and consumer goods
  • Its compact design and flexibility to quickly adapt to small lot sizes, new styles and other modifications provides manufacturers an affordable solution for small part, flexible production
  • The six-axis, LR Mate 200iC robot rates ‘best in class’ for its wrist load capacity, repeatability, work envelope, and speed
  • Multiple mounting options: floor, tabletop, inside machines, angle and invert, which maximizes flexibility for small and narrow workspaces
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