White Paper: Move Your Robot
Actuators for Adding a Seventh Axis to Your
Robotic System
Adding a seventh axis to your six-axis robotic system can be beneficial in a number of ways. Your work envelope is expanded, allowing the use of smaller, less-expensive robots. Parts can also be transferred to multiple workstations at greater distances, and more machines and processes are able to be serviced with one robot, which reduces costs.

Although the idea of using a linear actuator to move a robot into position sounds simple enough, many factors go into making sure the setup is correctly sized and specified including load capacity, speed, acceleration and, duty cycle. This white paper provides important information about how to add a seventh axis to a six-axis robot system. Download the White Paper...
Mitsubishi Electric FR Series 6-Axis Robots
Greater accuracy and shorter setup time
The RV-FR series robot's “Next-Generation Intelligent Functions” make it simple to carry out work that has always defied automation. With an extensive selection of arm sizes, configurations and protection ratings the MELFA RV-FR-Series line of robots are ready to tackle all of your automation needs. The RV-FR series offers a highly-dynamic 6-axis articulated robot for a high degree of quality. The double-arm structure not only provides a plus in terms of freedom of movement, but also more stability and versatility.

The RV-FR series offers 3 additional features: "Next-generation intelligent functions", "Safe, collaborative work applications", and "FA-IT integration functions".

With the MELFA Safe Plus feature “safe, collaborative work applications” allow robots and people to work together with high levels of safety while still providing the speed and performance the industry demands.  Learn more...
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