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New tool for online configuration of robots

31-08-2010
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New tool for online configuration of robots

The user-friendly online QuickRobot tool from Treotham Automation can be used to configure 79 types of robots.

It offers 2000 variants to select components for energy supplies in the field of robotics.

By entering the name of the robot manufacturer and the model series, the appropriate and complete equipment for the six axes will be displayed within seconds. The desired size of the chain in accordance to its diameter can also be selected.

The configuration via QuickRobot goes hand-in-hand with an integrated operating system.

No matter which variant of equipment is selected, the order will always be transparent and is visible immediately.

QuickRobot can be accessed at igus.eu under http://www.igus.eu/quickrobot-online.

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