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High-strength low-footprint addition to collaborative robot range

08 June 2019

The latest addition to the FANUC collaborative robot portfolio is the CR-14iA/L which fills a gap between its small and medium-sized six-axis collaborative robots.

The CR-14iA/L can handle payloads of up to 14kg, with a reach of up to 820mm. It has a footprint of just 296.5mm x 235mm. Reach can be extended up to 911mm if the payload is less than 12kg. 

The CR-14iA/L incorporates the same integrated sensors and ‘touch-to-stop’ reactive functionality as the rest of green ‘cobot’ range.  As such, if the arm comes into contact with a fixed object or person, it gently stops and retracts. A safety system ensures that the robot stops at a maximum of 150N, however this can be further reduced if required.
 
Crucially, the kinematics and flexibility of the slim-profile CR-14iA/L allow it to work close to the robot base, making the best use of the available workspace, especially in narrow applications.

The robot offers repeatability of ± 0.01 mm, and has maximum travel speed of 500 mm/sec. It is controlled by the R-30iB Plus controller in the Mate Cabinet version, and is also certified to international standard ISO 10218-1. The CR-14iA/L is protected to IP standards 54 and 67 in the body and wrist respectively.


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