The Danish company Kassow Robots has expanded its product portfolio with the addition of the KR1018, a new, particularly strong model that can handle payloads of up to 18 kilogrammes.
The cobot itself weighs just 34 kilogrammes, a feature that enables it to meet a fundamental requirement for flexible automation solutions, especially in narrow spaces.
The special target group for the company’s fifth 7-axis cobot is industrial companies in the metalworking industry and other areas like the food-production sector that want to take the heavy lifting off the hands of their employees and have these individuals take over more demanding tasks.
First introduced to the market in 2018, Kassow Robots’ product family now comprises five 7-axis cobots that handle payloads of up to 18 kilogrammes and offer a reach of up to 1.8 metres.
All that with a speed of up to 225 degrees per second and weighing only up to 38 kilogrammes: KR810 (850 mm reach/ 10 kg payload), the new KR1018 (1000mm / 18 kg), KR1205 (1200 mm / 5 kg) KR1410 (1400 mm / 10 kg), KR1805 (1800 mm / 5 kg).