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SCARA Robots are a type of industrial robot. SCARA robots are most commonly used for pick-and-place or assembly operations where high speed and high accuracy are required.

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What does SCARA stand for?


It stands for Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm or Selective Compliance Articulated Robot Arm.

SCARA robots are four-axis robots, with movements in the X-Y and Z planes and 360-degree rotational movements in regards to its Z-axis.

SCARA Robot applications


The most common application of a SCARA Robot are assembling whereby operations take place in high-speeds and a need for high accuracy, and as well as pick-and-place operations. This is not all, SCARA robots are highly suitable for mechanical automation in an array of industrial fields. These can also include automatic assembly, handling, painting and welding.

Benefits of SCARA Robots


The compact size and overall design of the SCARA Robots allows for their operations to take place in limited floor space.

Challenges of using SCARA Robots


SCARA Robots typically are restricted to a relatively light payload that are usually less than 10kg. This is due to their overall design and configuration.

Difference between SCARA and Delta Robots?


SCARA robots moves between cartesian and delta in speed. The arms of a SCARA robot are relatively more flexible compared to a delta robot. On the other hand, SCARA robots are relatively heavier and compared to delta robots, despite being fast, slower and limited in speed.