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Racer 7

The RACER 7-1.0 is a robotic arm for industrial automation processes. It's specifically suited for applications where speed and accuracy are essential requirements. RACER has a payload of 7kg and a maximum horizontal reach of 1400mm. The robot features compact dimensions, due to lower ratios in combination with its software ranks among the fastest robots in its class. RACER also ensures lower energy consumption thanks to the installed energy reduction system.

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Overview

RACER has a payload of 7kg and a maximum horizontal reach of 1400mm. The robot features compact dimensions, due to lower ratios in combination with its software ranks among the fastest robots in its class. RACER also ensures lower energy consumption thanks to the installed energy reduction system.

Specifications

  • Number of axes: 6
  • Maximum wrist payload: 7 kg
  • Additional load on forearm: 10 kg
  • Maximum horizontal reach: 999 mm
  • Torque on axis 4: 13 Nm
  • Torque on axis 5: 13 Nm
  • Torque on axis 6: 7.5 Nm
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 1: +/- 165° (250 °/s)
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 2: -65°/ +150° (250 °/s)
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 3: -165°/ -37° (300 °/s)
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 4: +/- 210° (550 °/s)
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 5: +/- 137° (550° /s)
  • Stroke (Speed) on Axis 6: +/- 2700° (600° /s)
  • Repeatability: 0.05 mm
  • Tool coupling flange: ISO 9409 - 1 - A - 40
  • Robot weight: 173 kg
  • Protection class: IP65
  • Mounting position: Floor / Ceiling / Sloping / Wall
  • Operating Areas A: 1279 mm
  • Operating Areas B: 999 mm
  • Operating Areas C: 904 mm
  • Operating Areas D: 554 mm
  • Operating Areas E: 385 mm


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