This beheaded-looking Motoman SDA10D dual-arm robot provides human-like flexibility. Its stylish slim design only lacks a head to match its well designed body, but it is well suited for a variety of assembly applications to increase production, speed, and consistency. The 15-axis SDA-10D offers 10 kg payload per arm and operates with either the NX100 or DX100 controller, offering the ultimate in multiple axis control.
The NX100 controller features a Windows CE programming pendant with color touch screen, high-speed processing, unmatched memory (60,000 steps, 10,000 instructions), built-in Ethernet, and a robust PC architecture along with four levels of password protection for up to 100 individual users.
The DX100 is an open communication, dynamic, next-generation controller with the ability to control up to 8 robots (72 axes max), I/O devices, and communication protocols. The DX100 is programmed through a lightweight Windows CE color screen teach pendant. This input device includes features designed to reduce teaching time and improve productivity. The DX100 reduces the need for separate PLC and HMI devices.
A smaller, but full-featured, DXM100 cabinet is available as an option.