Motek Hall 5, 5405 Stand
Rollon showcases its comprehensive portfolio of modular linear solutions for production and assembly automation. Introducing the linear technology specialists including her Concept of the seventh axis as well as the driven Linear axis "Speedy Rail".
By means of an exemplary application with a Fanuc robot, Rollon will demonstrate the potential applications of the "Actuator System Line" and the "Seventh Axis" shuttle system in industry, logistics and packaging. Also on board in Stuttgart is a UR robot that impressively demonstrates the efficiency of the seventh axle in palletizing.
With the concept of the seventh axis, the entire robot moves on a linear axis and can thus take over tasks in several places. This enormously expands its radius of action. The modular shuttle system allows long distances and high dynamics. It is available in seven different sizes, is easy to integrate and can move all types of robots up to 2000 kg. Whether palletizing, equipping, handling, welding, gluing or painting - with the seventh axis, users can design their automation processes even more efficiently and flexibly.
With their unique combination of high dynamics and mechanical robustness, the Speedy Rail A modular linear axes provide maximum efficiency even in more challenging environments. They are therefore suitable for numerous automation tasks in machine and plant engineering where high speeds up to 15 m / s and fast accelerations up to 10 m / s2 as well as high resistance are required. Thanks to the aluminum alloy with hardened, anodized surface, the self-aligning systems are particularly robust and guarantee maximum reliability.
Because of its characteristics, the powered Speey Rail for the automation of portal applications is a real alternative to large axis systems, which are usually much more expensive. From a comprehensive modular automation portfolio, the manufacturer develops individually designed solutions.