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  RB3D brings to the market a new model of cobotic manipulator called 4A60. Compact and designed to lift payloads up to 60 kg, the manipulator  4A60 is fast and user-friendly. This the ideal tool for automotive or food applications.    

RB3D at Préventica fair

Exoskeletons: “what are the selection criteria, what to care for its use?” RB3D was there at “UX forum” organised by “le cercle entreprises et santé” and participated to debates upon above topics. Préventica Paris 23rd may 2019  

2 cobotic manipulators for the company TREMPVER

Loading and unloading the tempering furnace with heavy glass plates was a mess before TREMPVER acquired 2 manipulators from RB3D. Precision, speed, ergonomics and safety of our cobotic technology made the difference against competitor’s classical solutions.

The new HERCULE exoskeleton at Innorobo 2017

This year RB3D exhibited the exoskeleton HERCULE version4 at the Innorobo tradeshow. Hercule V4 was equipped with a demo jackhammer of 25 kg.

RB3D était à VIVATECH avec COLAS pour présenter l’EXOPUSH

RB3D était au salon VIVATECH du 15 au 17 juin derniers, pour présenter l’exosquelette Exopush sur l’espace innovations de COLAS. Cliquez sur l’image de droite pour lancer la vidéo réalisée pour cette occasion.

RB3D est au salon Innorobo du 24 au 26 mai 2016

L’exopush de RB3D sur France 2

23rd of may 2016 we tested the new version of exopush on a road construction works with COLAS. France 2 journalists were there !

Interview with RB3D at Innorobo 2015 – Session Periscope

Interview by Frédéric Boisdron (PLANETE ROBOTS) at Innorobo 2015 (French)

RB3D was exhibiting at innorobo from July 1st to 3rd

From Wednesday 1 through Friday July 3 2015, RB3D’s team presented its exoskeleton Hercule and its industrial cobot, the 7A15 at innorobo. Thank you all for coming ! Hope we will see you again next year !

Colas Switzerland and RB3D working on a roadworks exoskeleton

 The Swiss subsidiary of the Colas Group wanted to reduce the TMS risk for its workers responsible for smoothing asphalt. A partnership with RB3D has enabled a robotic exoskeleton prototype. Read the article (fr)  

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