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Universal Robots Launches 30 Kg Cobot

Universal Robots Launches 30 Kg Cobot

Universal Robots (UR) expanded its leading product portfolio with a new 30 kg payload cobot. UR30 is the second in UR’s new series of cobots.

UR30 cobot is ideal for several applications, including machine tending, handling and high torque screw driving. It offers extraordinary lift, and its superior motion control ensures the perfect placement of large payloads, allowing it to work at higher speeds and lift heavier loads.

For machine tending, the high payload brings new possibilities as it allows the cobot to use multiple grippers at the same time. This means it can remove finished parts and load more material in one single pass, shortening changeover times and maximising productivity.

UR30 will also effectively support high torque screw driving as it can handle larger and higher-output torque tools, and thanks to a steady mode feature UR30 delivers straight and consistent screw driving. This will be beneficial in, for example, the automotive industry. 

The 30 kg payload makes UR30 a great match for material handling and palletising of heavy products across all industries, with the small footprint enabling it to fit into almost all workspace – relieving humans of the heavy lifting. Weighing only 63.5 kg, it can also be easily moved between work cells.

The company’s President, Kim Povlsen, says: “The higher payload and greater flexibility underpin a new era in automation. Industries around the world are embracing more agile manufacturing and modularity in production – part of achieving that modularity and agility is about mobility and this cobot delivers that despite its payload.

“As industries evolve, the UR30 anticipates shifting demands, enabling businesses to adapt and respond to changing needs effectively. As we continue to innovate, the UR30 is another step in UR’s journey in pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of automation.”




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