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Igus unveils cost-effective articulated robotic arm

140902_IgusAt the Engineering Design Show, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, 22-23 October, Igus will showcase a host of new products, including robolink D. Available in three sizes, robolink D is an articulated directly driven arm that allows for up to six degrees of freedom.

Visitors to the stand (D20) will be able to see a demonstration of a full robolink D system in action; “robolink D is a different approach to the problem of creating lightweight, cost effective configurable robotic systems,” says Justin Leonard, director at Igus. “Unlike the wire driven standard robolink, this system is built on a series of directly driven joints, allowing higher payloads to be carried.”

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