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In the realm of Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC), KUKA emerges as a seasoned and dependable ally, dedicated to forging the ultimate synergy between humans and robots. The LBR iisy takes on the role of a versatile contributor, possessing the capability to operate autonomously or seamlessly integrate into various HRC operations.

HRC serves as an efficient conduit for the utilization, integration, and programming of robots, providing a straightforward means to rapidly adapt robotic applications to diverse needs. The incorporation of features such as hand guiding simplifies the modification of programming, facilitating quick adjustments, particularly in scenarios involving dynamic workpieces.

Beyond its prowess in HRC scenarios, the LBR iisy showcases proficiency in non-HRC tasks where optimal performance is imperative. In the absence of human presence, it operates at peak speed, thereby enhancing overall productivity.

Established in the industry, the LBR iisy stands as a proven collaborative robot with an unparalleled service life, attesting to the reliability of its components interwoven with industrial technology, a testament proven through years of service.

This collaborative robot is tailored to meet diverse customer demands regarding payload capacity and reach, handling tasks ranging from lightweight assignments (3 kg) to more intricate duties involving handling, assembly, and machine tending (6, 8, 11, and 15 kg).

Designed as an ideal solution for users of all skill levels, the compact cobot facilitates swift deployment, adaptability, and easy reconfiguration. Its feature-rich flexibility empowers users to respond promptly to evolving demands, extracting maximum value from the system.

Operating on the latest KUKA system software, iiQKA.OS, and supported by the extensive iiQKA Robotics Republic ecosystem, the LBR iisy allows for the seamless expansion of its capabilities through various system components such as grippers.

The KUKA experience provides a user-friendly out-of-the-box setup, enabling quick programming for straightforward applications within just 30 minutes. The automation of numerous tasks through robots demands minimal technical expertise, making it accessible for skilled workers to swiftly adapt to new responsibilities.


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