Innovative Robotics manufactures SCARA (Selectively Compliant, Articulated Robot Arm) robots for atmospheric wafer transport and mask or reticle handling, and used for tool automation in the semiconductor, nano-technology, photovoltaics (PV) solar cell, fuel cell, data storage, opto-electronics, liquid crystal display/ light emitting diode (LCD/LED), pharmaceutical and biotech industries.
Innovative Robotics, a division of Ocean Bay and Lake Company, designs, develops and manufactures cost efficient, reliable, repeatable, ISO class 1 atmospheric robots and associated systems. Innovative Robotics provides standard robots and systems for 200mm & 300mm equipment as well as custom designs for customer specific applications.
Device/Component ManufacturerSCARA robots, atmospheric robots
IR-820C Controller State-of-the-art Motion Control from Innovative Robotics
IR-820 SCARA Robot from Innovative Robotics
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