The TH550 and TH850 scara robots are engineered with high-speed operations, high-payload capacities, and compact bodies. The TH550 reaches composite speeds of 6.21 m/sec, and the TH850 accelerates to 8.03 m/sec. Three-axis speeds for both reach 2,000 m/sec. Positioning repeatability is ±0.015 mm for the X-Y plane of the TH550 and ±0.03 mm for the TH850. Both include a full-function TS controller. Toshiba Machinehttp://rbi.ims.ca/4911-604
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