Universal Robots

Universal Robots

Universal Robots presents a complete range of collaborative robot arms has revolutionised the market for industrial robots. The robot arms are tools that are collaborative and safe, working alongside human workers.

Universal Robots are lightweight, flexible and user-friendly, allowing fast setup and easy programming to solve new tasks, meeting the short-run production challenges faced by companies adjusting to ever more advanced processing in smaller batch sizes.

With an average payback period of 12 months, Universal Robots can help to increase companies’ competitiveness by automating processes and raising productivity. The collaborative robots free employees from tedious and monotonous tasks, allowing effective manpower reallocation to other processes where required.

The Universal Robots Family

Ultra flexible table-top robot

The UR3, launched in 2015, is an ultra flexible table-top robot that weighs only 11 kg, but has a payload of 3 kg. It features 360-degree rotation on all wrist joints and infinite rotation on the end joint. These unique features make UR3 the most flexible, lightweight table-top robot to work side-by-side with employees in the market today. Universal Robots are an ideal choice for applications across industries that require six-axis capabilities where size, safety and costs are critical.

A highly flexible robot arm
Weighing 18kg, the UR5 is a highly flexible robot arm that automates repetitive and dangerous tasks with payloads of up to 5 kg. The UR5 is ideal to optimise low-weight collaborative processes, such as picking, placing and testing. With a working radius of up to 850 mm, the UR5 puts everything within reach.

A collaborative industrial robot
Universal Robots UR10 is the largest industrial robot arm in the family, designed for bigger tasks where precision and reliability are of paramount importance. With UR10, you can automate processes and tasks that weighs up to 10 kg. With a reach radius of up to 1,300 mm, UR10 is designed to the same principles as the UR5 and to be more effective at tasks across a larger area, which means it is just as flexible and easy to fit into production processes.

Universal Robots will exhibiting at Stand H61 on Level 4 at foodpro.