Amatrol is the world’s leader in skills-based, interactive technical learning. Their comprehensive learning solutions range from engaging high school students in the learning of basic science and math to teaching hands-on skills in the latest, highly sophisticated motor drives. Their interactivity, both in equipment and computer-based learning solutions, integrated with strong alignment to industry needs is what makes Amatrol the industry’s leading technical education provider.
Amatrol offers three types of robots that represent the capabilities commonly found in industry.
The Pegasus, Amatrol’s smallest robot, has an open arm design that supports hands-on knowledge application and skill development. While small in size, the Pegasus is a giant when it comes to teaching and learning capabilities. Starting with basic robot operation, the Pegasus can take students through application development and programming all the way to multitasking and flexible manufacturing cell operation. Amatrol’s Saturn robot adds the sophistication of articulated servo robotics while the Jupiter enables a thorough study of scara assembly.
Device/Component ManufacturerRobot Learning System, PLC Robot Control System, Robotics Workstation
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