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  • Meet the heavyweights of industrial robotics. These heavy duty robots are designed to handle the biggest parts - from car parts to raw material for large LCD screen TV manufacturing

    On you will find the biggest industrial robots in the world. Some examples can be seen below. Click on "more info" to see the complete online stand of the company.
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  • Heavy Duty Robots

    • KR 1000 1300 TITAN PA
      by KUKA Robotics

    • With a payload capacity of up to 1,300 kg, the KR 1000 1300 TITAN PA is the strongest robot on the market. Its powerful, streamlined design earned it the internationally recognized reddot design award.

      Maximum payload of 1300 kg
    • M-2000iA/1200
      by FANUC

    • The world record wrist capacity (1200 kg with a 1.25m offset) allows to handle largest parts and structures e.g. a complete tractor frames or a complete CNC machine bed.

      Maximum payload of 1200 kg
    • IRB 7600
      by ABB Robotics

    • The IRB 7600 is ideal for weighty applications, regardless of industry. Characteristics such as high available torque and inertia capability, rigid design and powerful acceleration have earned this market leader its “Power Robot” title.

      Maximum payload of 630 kg
    • SC700
      by NACHI

    • One of the largest 6 axis industrial robot available on the market is the NACHI SC700. It was developed primarily for the automotive industry, however due significant working range exceeding 4000mm in horizontal and 4928mm in vertical direction and extreme 700kg payload the SC700 is successfully asserting in any ultra heavy handling application.

      Maximum payload of 700 kg
    • SJ120 / SJ80 Clean room series
      by NACHI

    • Clean room special robots developed for large sized glass substrate transfer. Capable to transfer various generation of glass substrate (raw material for large LCD screen TV manufacturing).

      Loading capacity: up to 120kg/arm
      (Total 210kg for double-arm configuration)

    • MX700
      by Kawasaki Robotics

    • With an enormous amount of torque available at
      each axis these machines are the most powerful
      robots of the Kawasaki Robot Family. With a payload
      from 350 to 700 kg and a reach from 2540 up to 3018 mm.

      Maximum payload of 700 kg