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          Some robot types use linear or prismatic joints. Applying force to a prismatic joint creates a linear movement in the positive direction along the axis of translation. 
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   Articulated Robot       Articulated robots have arms with three rotary joints. 
   Cartesian Robot       Cartesian robots (rectangular coordinate robots, rectilinear robots) have three prismatic joints whose axes are coincident with a Cartesian (X, Y, and Z) coordinate system. These robots may also have an attached wrist to allow rotational movement. Gantry robots are a specific type of Cartesian robot. 
   Cylindrical Robot       Cylindrical robots have at least one rotary joint and at least one prismatic joint. The space or coordinate system in which these robots operate is cylindrical in shape. 
   Gantry Robot       Gantry robots are Cartesian robots with three prismatic joints whose axes are coincident with a Cartesian (Y, Y, and Z) coordinate system. Gantry robots usually hang upside down. Like gantry cranes, they are suspended from an X or X/Y axis beam. Gantry robots provide flexible and efficient solutions for a wide range of material handling applications such as pick and place, machine loading and unloading, stacking, unitizing, and palletizing. 
   Parallel Robot (e.g., Hexapod)       Parallel robots have arms (primary axes) that each have three concurrent prismatic joints. Hexapods are parallel robots. They have six arms supporting one common platform. 
   SCARA Robot       Selectively compliant arm for robotic assembly (SCARA) robots are cylindrical and have two parallel joints to provide compliance in one selected plane. SCARA robots are commonly used in assembly applications. 
   Spherical / Polar Robot       Spherical or polar robots have an arm with two rotary joints and one prismatic joint. The axes of a spherical robot form a polar coordinate system. 
   Swing Arm Robot       Swing Arm Robots travel horizontally to a fixed position, plunge to pick an item and then rotate to release picked item. 
   Other       Other unlisted robot types or configurations. 
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   Robot System       Industrial robot systems consist of a robot, end effectors, sensors, and sequence or monitoring communication interfaces required to perform a designated task. 
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Drive System
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   Electric       Selectively compliant arm for robotic assembly (SCARA) robots are cylindrical and have two parallel joins to provide compliance in one selected plane. SCARA robots are commonly used in assembly applications. 
   Hydraulic       Large industrial robots often use a hydraulic drive system for improved speed and strength. Hydraulic robots tend to require more floor space, but are well suited for applications such as spray painting in which electric robots present a fire hazard. 
   Pneumatic       Pneumatic drives are used in smaller robots with fewer axes of movement, such as pick-and-place devices. Typically, pneumatic robots are less expensive than hydraulic or electric robots. 
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Specifications
   Number of Axes       The number of axes is determined by the total number of prismatic and rotary joints. 
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   Load Capacity       Load capacity or payload is the maximum object weight robot can manipulate. 
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   Reach       The reach or work envelope is the maximum distance that a robot can extend an arm to perform a task. Each type of robot has a different work envelope. For example, Cartesian robots work within a cube-shaped envelope while cylindrical robots work within a cylindrical envelope. Polar and articulated robots work, respectively, within envelopes that are partially or completely spherical. 
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   X-axis Travel       This is the distance that robots travel along the X-axis. 
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   Y-axis Travel       This is the distance that robots travel along the Y-axis. 
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   Z-axis Travel       This is the distance that robots travel along the Z-axis. 
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Applications
           
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   Assembly       Robots are suitable for assembly applications. 
   Automotive Testing       Automotive testing robots are used by car manufacturers (OEMs) or their contractors. They are designed to control, monitor, and collect kinematic, noise, vibration, emission, and other test-data in fully-autonomous testing situations not suited to direct human control, like extended driving (e.g. 40 hours continuously) on automotive test tracks. They adapt to steering mechanisms, throttles, emission systems, and other electrical or mechanical systems found in a vehicle undergoing development, and can be used to simulate high g-force maneuvers in dangerous weather conditions. 
   Dispensing (e.g., Gluing, Sealing, Filling)       Robots are suitable for dispensing applications such as gluing, sealing, filling, and potting. 
   Inspection       Robots are suitable for inspection applications. Some of these applications require robots to be mobile and/or capable of withstanding harsh environments. Examples include pipelines, storage tanks, and boilers. 
   Material Handling (e.g., Loading/Unloading, Palletizing)       Robots are suitable for material handling applications such as palletizing and part or tool loading and unloading. 
   Machine Tending       Robots are suitable for combined repetitive transporting and manipulating tasks. 
   Metal Removal (e.g., Cutting, Deburring, Drilling)       Robots are suitable for metal removal applications such as cutting, deburring, drilling, machining and punching. Special end-effectors or attachments may be required. 
   Laser Processing       Robots are suitable for the inclusion of a laser for applications such as laser welding, marking, cutting, and labeling. 
   Packaging       Robots are suitable for packaging applications such as boxing, traying, palletizing, and labeling. 
   Medical / Pharmaceutical       Robots are suitable for use in pharmaceutical, chemical or medical / surgical applications. 
   Painting / Coating       Robots are suitable for painting or coating applications. Painting robots are in the automotive and aerospace industries or when high volume, programmable, and precise painting is required. 
   Sprue Picker       Sprue Pickers are used shortly after the molding cycle to retrieve and remove the sprue, runner or small molded part. 
   Welding       Robots are suitable for welding applications such as arc welding and laser welding. Special end-effectors or attachments may be required. 
   Other / Specialty       Other unlisted or specialized applications. 
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Features
           
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   Ceiling Mounted       Robots can be mounted on a ceiling to save space. 
   Wall Mounted       Robots can be mounted on a wall. 
   Cleanroom       Robots are rated for cleanroom applications. 
   Mobile       Robots use treads, wheels, robotic limbs, or other methods to move. 
   Portable       Robots can be transported easily from one location to another. 
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