South Korean firm Doosan Robotics, a global manufacturer of collaborative robots, is adding six new cobots to its range.
The new line-up includes four models from the A-Series and two from the H-Series, expanding its selection of “future-proof” cobots.
The A-Series, which the company says has achieved the industry's best speed and affordability, comprises the A0509, A0509s, A0912 and A0912s, with payloads ranging from 5kg to 9kg.
Each model features safety algorithms designed to protect workers.
The range meets the highest level of safety standards set by an accredited international testing and certification organisation TÜV SÜD.
The equipped mountable force torque sensors enable the A-Series cobots to provide versatility required by many applications such as polishing and assembly.
The H-Series models offer 1.7m reach and up to 25kg payload, marking the heaviest payload among currently available cobots in the market.
Dexterity and flexibility
The high-power H2017 and H2515 weigh only 75kg – about half the weight of other comparable robots with the same payload.
Equipped with six torque sensors on all six axes, the H-Series provides the dexterity and flexibility required in variety of applications, including logistics and automotive.
"The new A-Series and H-Series will set a new standard with distinctive advantages such as best-in-class speed, superior performance and outstanding price competitiveness," says Sangchul Kwak, CEO of Doosan Robotics.
"Doosan Robotics will lead the growth of the smart factory industry in the post-pandemic era and drive the momentum of new vertical markets in service, logistics and manufacturing."
Doosan Robotics holds the largest market share in South Korea. The company opened its first US office in Georgia last year, with plans to grow its global presence in other markets including Europe and Asia.