LBR iiwa the world’s first series produced sensitive robot
KUKA to demonstrate the capabilities of its lightweight collaborative robot The LBR iiwa at Nucleus Expo, 1 March.
The LBR iiwa which is coming to Nucleus signals the beginning of a new era in industrial, sensitive robotics – and lays the foundations for innovative and sustainable production processes. For the first time, humans and robots can work together on highly sensitive tasks in close cooperation.
KUKA offers industrial robots in a wide range of versions with various payload capacities and reaches. Combined with cutting-edge software and innovative controllers, KUKA develop individual solutions for your manufacturing processes together with you.
Speaking ahead of Nucleus, Katherine Johnson of KUKA said, “We are delighted to be able to exhibit at the MTC, especially with Nucleus Expo’s agenda of a science and technology- led timetable. It really caught our attention, as we look at advancing the development of robotic technologies across a number of disciplines. With recent advancements in science and technology, including industry 4.o and IoT, automated manufacturing, Ai and 3dp to name a few, right now our industry is at a really exciting time.”
Come and meet the LBR iiwa (pronounced eva) robot at Nucleus on 1 March.