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Enabling Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) is a forte for KUKA, positioning itself as a reliable and robust partner in the realization of seamless synergy between humans and robots. At the forefront is the adaptable LBR iisy, a versatile contributor capable of autonomous operation or seamless integration into HRC workflows.

HRC simplifies the utilization, integration, and programming of robots, providing a straightforward avenue to quickly tailor robotic applications to diverse requirements. The incorporation of features such as hand guiding facilitates effortless programming modifications, ensuring swift adjustments, especially in the face of changing workpieces.

The prowess of the LBR iisy extends beyond HRC scenarios, showcasing proficiency in non-HRC tasks where optimal performance is crucial. In the absence of human presence, the LBR iisy excels in achieving peak speed, thereby enhancing overall productivity.

A stalwart in the industry, the LBR iisy stands as a proven collaborative robot with an unparalleled service life, attesting to the reliability of its components intertwined with industrial technology.

Tailored to meet diverse customer demands, the LBR iisy's capabilities span handling lightweight tasks (3 kg) to more complex duties, including handling, assembly, and machine tending (6, 8, 11, and 15 kg).

Designed to cater to users of all skill levels, this compact cobot enables 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, the LBR iisy is supported by the extensive iiQKA Robotics Republic ecosystem, facilitating the expansion of the robot's capabilities through various system components such as grippers.

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


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