Re: WANTED: 6-axis, hardened, Robot Arm

Hi. I'm doing research in rapid prototyping, and I'm looking for a

> robotic arm + conroller with following specs: > > 1) 6-axis/6 degrees of freedom > 2) Shielded/Hardened > 3) Workspace: MIN (3 ft X 3ft)... Not too big. > 4) Weight Capacity: 5-6 kg > 5) Conroller as transparent as possible: > > I want to be able to write a computer program on a host terminal > that will be given 3-D coordinates PLUS extra 3-D orientation of torch, > and transform data to controller for continous motion of the arm along > the coordinate space. Path should be minimum path. So controller has to > be easily interfaceable and easily modified to handle such data. > > I want to spend most of my time on writing the feedback control > system, rather than reprogramming the controller... > > Any information will be appreciated. > > Sincerely, > > Yoni Garbourg > > 1.7 Einsteins, two Maxwells, five Faradays, > and .3 Manhattan Projects." >> > > -John McCarthy > > WHATTTTTTTT?!?###@!*!

Hi Yoni, We can supply you the 6 axis robot you need. We are SOOYEE Robotics, the ro bot manufacturer in China. We can totally meet your needs you mentioned. Ou r SYH1506A would be your good Choice. Check the parameter:

Product type SYH1506A Degree of Freedom 6 Load Capacity 6 kg Load Capacity for J3 Axis 12 kg

Self Weight 160 kg Installation Method Ground Mounted Power Capacity 3.0 kw Brake Whole Shaft Brake Maximum Reach Distance 1500mm Minimum Reach Distance 365 mm

End of Arm Speed 1.5 m/s

Please feel free to contact me.

Best regards.

Contact: Sharon Xiao International Marketing Manager SOOYEE Robotics Address : Longquanyi District South one road 999#, Chengdu, China Mobile: +86 13438150687 Email: Skype: Wechat:shensenheyeyu Whatsapp:+86 13438150687 Web:

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On Wed, 15 Feb 2017 23:53:13 -0800 (PST), wrote in comp.robotics.misc:

Do you really believe that 20 1/2 years later Yoni is still waiting for his robot arm? You certainly deserve the title of Googliot of the Month and you have an excellent chance for Googliot of the Year. There aren't many who will resurrect a thread that is over 20 years old.


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Jürgen Exner

It?s true. I was no longer in the market for a 6-axis hardened rob ot arm in 2017. I don?t think I ever did get one, though, so I? ??m touched someone remembered to ask. And, it so happens, I could mak e use of a 6-axis arm at the moment, although hardening is not really impor tant - it would be for education purposes, mainly.

Let?s see where this goes, as Sharon may no longer carry robotic ar ms...


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