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LINEAR AXES ON PILLARS Overview
What is LINEAR AXES ON PILLARS?
Lucas linear axes (7th axis for robots) increase polyarticulated robots’ range so that they can carry out their activity over long distances.
PRECISE, QUICK AND DYNAMIC
The LUCAS range allows all the polyarticulated robots on the market to move precisely, quickly and dynamically. Several carriages can work on one rail at the same time, whether collaboratively or to improve productivity.
A RANGE OF OPTIONS
The beams may be extended through joining to another beam even after installation. There are various options available: robot chair, coupled carriage, ATEX version…
Linear axes on pillars increase your polyarticulated robots’ range, so that they can act over long distances.
Precise, quick and dynamic.
Thanks to the Lucas configuration tool, it is easy to choose the high axis (on pillars) you require.
We have already tried around one hundred robots to find out if they can be hung upside down (ceiling mounted), at 90 degrees (wall mounted) or the right way up. You will no longer have to read the builders’ technical sheets during your preliminary design to find our whether or not your robot can be suspended.
Lucas axes on pillars also offer a host of options that make them easy to integrate, such as leg offset (see configuration tool), cable carrier position, etc,
Compatible with all industrial robots on the market. See configuration tool
Models from the range:
ALE - High linear axes
ALEP - Protected high linear axes
ALCS - Standard wall mounted linear axes
ALIS - Standard ceiling mounted linear axes
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