The Doosan M0609 cobot is ideal for customers who require the highest level of safety and force control in their automation processes. The M-SERIES cobots have six high-tech torque sensors in every joint, which enable them to provide industry-leading safety and human-level dexterity in automation. These sensors ensure the utmost safety with top-notch collision sensitivity, making the cobots capable of sophisticated tasks.
The M0609 cobot has a working radius of 900 to 1,700 mm and a load capacity of 6 to 15 kg, making it suitable for a wide range of applications in manufacturing and industrial automation. The cobot's advanced torque sensors and precision control also make it an excellent choice for precision assembly, material handling, and other tasks that require precise force control.
The M-SERIES cobots are designed with an ergonomic and intuitive interface, which makes them easy to operate and program. They can work collaboratively with human workers, freeing up staff to focus on more complex and strategic tasks. This feature makes them suitable for use in various industries, including automotive, electronics, aerospace, and many others.
Doosan Collaborative Robot: Performing an ultrasonic welding application
The car door panels need to be covered with a thermal cover. This cover needs to be ultrasonically welded in about 20 point locations to remain in its position. This is a very labour intensive task with a big risk of missing one of the locations.
Here's a simple but effective application where a COBOT will improve the efficiency of workers. COBOTs with applications such as this can quickly be designed and deployed offer a fast ROI.
Application by RG Group PA
Collaborative robot loads and unloads CNC machine
The cobot unloads the CNC machine and loads a new piece. The gripper is designed in a way that it can hold both the unloaded and the loaded part to have a faster cycle time. The cobot also opens and closes the door of the CNC machine. The cobot works in close proximity with human operators.
Video by HumaRobotics