Collaborative effort-assist robot
There are many reasons for needing to move heavy loads, particularly in an industrial or logistical
Our electric manipulator cobots enable any type of heavy load to be moved quickly, intuitively and effortlessly.
We offer cartesian electric manipulators (4A60 and 4A350).
Tool manipulator cobots
In order to facilitate difficult and repetitive tasks with heavy tools and significant effort, RB3D proposes the following electric manipulator cobots: pure vertical effort assist with a motorised axis (1A20) or effort assist in all directions with a poly-articulated cobot (6A10).
NEW GENERATION OF MANIPULATOR
The cobot 4A60 is the ideal assistant for handling loads of less than 60 kg.
The manipulator can be equipped with all gripper technologies and is particularly suitable for handling overhanging loads.
THE MANIPULATOR 4.0, WHICH CAN BE CONFIGURED AND IS INERTIA-FREE
The cobot 4A350 is a load-bearing manipulator for the factory of the future.
Its 4 motorised X, Y, Z and Theta axes allow heavy and voluminous loads to be moved without any inertia effect for the user.
THE TOOL MANIPULATION ASSIST
The cobot 6A10 is operated intuitively, by measuring the efforts of the user's hand.
This allows total control of accuracy, speed and force regardless of the task or tool used.
THE ELECTRIC THRUST ASSISTANT
The cobot 1A20 is a vertical thrust assistant designed to make it easier to place parts for clipping or insertion, or to work with the tools for screwing, drilling, tapping, deburring operations.Discover the product
Collaborative effort-assist robots
The collaborative effort assist robot, also called a cobot, is designed to assist
operators, particularly in industry or logistics. Simple to program, it can be quickly
integrated into the work environment and provides greater flexibility and safety for
A cobot does not replace people, but assists them by working alongside them. In fact, controlled by a person using an intuitive command, a cobot will take over repetitive tasks and thus allow the operator to concentrate on controlling his or her activity. In addition to this technical aspect, it also improves workers daily life by relieving their posture, limiting their physical effort and preventing them in the long term from suffering from musculoskeletal disorders.
This complementarity between people and robots can also lead to an increase and improvement in productivity, even if this is not the primary objective. The collaborative robot, by taking over the most difficult tasks, frees the operator to work on other more rewarding tasks. It also allows a standardised, high-quality production at an optimal rate.
Collaborative robots are financially more accessible than their industrial counterparts, with a very rapid return on investment - less than a year, on average. They thus offer even the smallest SMEs the opportunity to adapt to changes in their environment and remain competitive.