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KAWASAKI ZX-165L

Medium duty versatility
KAWASAKI ZX-165L
Kawasaki ZX165L

The ZX-165L by Kawasaki features a max payload of 165 kg and max. work envelope of 2810 mm.

This 6 axis (optional 7) powerful industrial robot reduces cycle times due to its high-power motors and efficient reduction gears in a light-weight manipulator. The resistant mechanism of the ZX165L allows operations in harsh environments.

The Kawasaki ZX165L comes with versatile control D and is perfectly suitable for a various range of applications as handling, palletizing, spot welding, dispensing, assembling and many more.

 

 

 

 



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KAWASAKI FS-30L


KAWASAKI FS-30L
KAWASAKI FS30L Control C

The FS30L by Kawasaki features a max. payload of 30 kg and a max. work envelope of 2100 mm.

It is equpped with control C which is compact enough for convenient installation and offers a large, multifunction, color liquid crystal display (LCD) that marries a conventional teach pendant´s functions with various specialized displays on a 183 mm touch panel.

The Kawasaki FS30L Control C is suitable for a wide range of applications including machine tending, material handling, arc welding, machining, sealant dispensing, clean room operation, measuring and testing.

The installation space requirement is very small and with its wide range of motion, the arm reach is exceptionally large.

 

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KAWASAKI FS-45N


KAWASAKI FS-45N
KWSASAKI FS-45N

The 6 axis FS-45N by Kawasaki available both with control C and D features a max payload of 45 kg and a max. work envelope of 1970 mm. This model is commonly used for material handling, arc welding, sealant dispensing, clean room operation, and washing.

Due to their light weight and use of high output motors, high efficient reduction gears, the F Series can move at high speeds, which significantly drops down cycle times and increases productivity. The installation space requirement is very small, yet, with its wide range of motion, the arm reach is exceptionally large. The extremely slim arm construction allows the F Series robot to operate in confined areas that would otherwise be inaccessible to more bulky robots.

 

 



   
 

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