6 Axis Robot

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Apr 16, 2023  ( 1 post )  
4/16/2023
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Estella List (estela35)

A 6 axis robot, also known as a six-axis robotic arm, is a type of robot that has six degrees of freedom. This means that it is capable of moving in six different directions, allowing it to perform complex tasks with a high degree of precision and flexibility.

 

The six axes or degrees of freedom of a 6 axis robot arm are:

  1. Base rotation: the ability to rotate the robot arm's base left and right.
  2. Shoulder rotation: the ability to rotate the robot arm's shoulder up and down.
  3. Elbow rotation: the ability to rotate the robot arm's elbow up and down.
  4. Wrist rotation: the ability to rotate the robot arm's wrist left and right.
  5. Wrist pitch: the ability to tilt the robot arm's wrist up and down.
  6. Wrist yaw: the ability to rotate the robot arm's wrist clockwise and counterclockwise.

 

These six axes give the robot arm a high level of dexterity, allowing it to perform a wide range of tasks in manufacturing, assembly, packaging, and other industries.

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