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Yushin to Display Latest HSA and TSXA Series of High-Speed Robots

Yushin Precision Equipment has developed the latest series of top-entry HSA and side-entry TSXA robots. These light-weight, high-speed and servo-powered robots will be showcased in Hall 12, Stand E51 at the K 2010 event in Dusseldorf.

Kyoto, a subsidiary of Yushin based in Japan, has reported that the speed of the HSA robot is 14 times greater than that of the earlier versions. According to Takayo Kotani, Senior Manager for Research and Development, all the components of the robot are light weight, thereby making the system energy-efficient, and the entire system is 13% lighter than the earlier models.

She mentioned that the beam of the system is entirely different and it resembles the fan of a tree, enabling the robot to withstand stress due to mechanical forces, and the design optimization software was created by means of a joint effort with the Kyoto University, and this project was instigated before three years. She concluded that in addition to the light-weight architecture, their robots also maintain structural reliability and firmness.

The open distance of the mold is reduced with the help of 38% thin lower frame of the HSA’s main robotic arm. Also, the innovative architecture of TSXA facilitates a dual-axis movement, which enables the system to move the mold at a high-speed.

Chris Parrillo, National Sales Manager for Yushin America, has stated that the molder can remove the machine’s components and then transfer to a packaging line; hence, it is an exact configuration for a clean room environment.

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