TM Robotics is launching Toshiba Machine’s THE600 SCARA robot in the North American market.
The company will use Automate 2019 to showcase Toshiba Machine’s latest robots and demonstrations will include models from the SCARA and six-axis range, as well as robot programming tool, TSAssist.
The THE600 is the latest addition to Toshiba Machine’s range and builds upon the established specifications of the THE400. Toshiba Machine’s THE400, which was launched last year, promises to boost manufacturers productivity without extortionate investments. Boasting twice the speed and 60% higher payload capacity than competing SCARA models in the same price range, both the models provide ideal investments for those new to automation said TM Robotics.
“Combining high speed operation with a high payload capacity, the THE600 model has been developed to meet growing demand for fast-cycle automation,” explained Nigel Smith, president of TM Robotics. “Manufacturers are looking for machines to deliver improved precision and enhanced performance without breaking the bank, particularly in parts assembly, testing and transfer processes.
“As one of the first industrial robot manufacturers to bring SCARA models to the market, Toshiba Machine has a wealth of experience in developing this technology. This knowledge and engineering allows TM Robotics to provide cutting-edge robots to our customers at a fair and attainable price.”
TM Robotics will be exhibiting alongside distribution partner, ASG Jergens. ASG is an RIA certified Integrator, focusing on the assembly industry. Having established a partnership with TM Robotics in 2017, ASG has since integrated ASG screw feeding systems with Toshiba Machine robots for its customers. At Automate 2019, ASG will demonstrate exactly how Toshiba Machine’s SCARA and Cartesian robots can be used to automate screwing and feeding applications.
TM Robotics will also exhibit other robots from its extensive selection, including the TVM range of models. The TVM range is a vertically articulated series available in three different sizes, lending itself to a multitude of industries.