Hannover Messe 2019 Highlights from Kawasaki Robotics: Robot lifts superbike

| Editor: Theresa Knell

Kawasaki Robotics Deutschland joins Kawasaki Heavy Industries as well as the European divisions Motors, Gas Turbines and Precision Machinery in presenting current products.

Kawasaki’s BX300L robot, specially developed for car bodywork assembly, moves a Kawasaki Motors 
Ninja H2 through the air.
Kawasaki’s BX300L robot, specially developed for car bodywork assembly, moves a Kawasaki Motors 
Ninja H2 through the air.
(Source: Kawasaki)

Already announced as a special highlight, Kawasaki’s BX300L robot, specially developed for car bodywork assembly, will effortlessly move a Kawasaki Motors Ninja H2 through the air. The superbike, with 231 PS and a top speed of 300 km/h, is the current eye-catcher in the portfolio of the Motors Division. With the RS007N/L models, Kawasaki Robotics is moreover displaying extremely fast robots for small payloads. Both models serve the demand for compact robots in the electronics and food industries. The RS007N and RS007L are intended to capitalise on the proven operating characteristics of the R Series of robots – supported by a re-designed arm structure and reduced weight in the main unit. These improvements enable the highest working speeds in this both robot class and higher working areas. The RS007N provides a reach of 730 mm, RS007L provides 930 mm – for more flexibility in laying out production installations. A further highlight: the duAro collaborative dual-arm scara-robot. Via touchscreen, visitors can select a coffee speciality and have it prepared and served directly by duAro in collaboration with a high-end coffee machine from the firm Chicco D'oro.

Visit Kawasaki Robotics GmbH at Hannover Messe in Hall 11, Booth E55.

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