FRANKA EMIKA Panda Specifications

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Franka Emika´s robot is agile and sensitive — like a human arm. Programming is workflow-based and intuitive, interaction is seamless.

Panda is currently the fastest-selling industrial robotic system in the world. For Panda, Franka Emika received the German President‘s Award for Innovation in Science and Technology and was the only German company to make it onto the cover of TIME Magazine's "Best Inventions 2018" edition.

Payload 3 kg
Reach 800 mm
Repeatability 0.1 mm
Linear speed 2000 mm/s
Number of Axes 7
Robot mass 18.5 kg
Extra info Programming: C++ / ROS

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