Robai is proud to introduce the most capable robot of the Cyton line, the Cyton Gamma 1500. For less than $10,000, the Cyton Gamma 1500 has unprecedented agility, robustness, and performance.
Like a human arm, the Cyton Gamma 1500 has seven degrees of freedom: three at the wrist, three at the shoulder, and one at the elbow. The many degrees of freedom makes the arm more dexterous than typical lower-DOF robots. This added dexterity, coupled with powerful control software from Energid, makes the arm exceptionally versatile. The Cyton Gamma 1500 has improved kinematics over earlier models to best exploit all the degrees of freedom available.
Traditional industrial robots are large and heavy. The Cyton Gamma is built from the bottom up to work with (and for) humans. The total weight of the arm is under 2 Kg and the footprint is around 15x15 cm . Even though the Cyton Gamma 1500 is one of the most compact and lightweight arms Robai has ever offered, it has the longest reach (68 cm) and the highest payload capacity (about 1.5 Kg at full range and 2 Kg at mid-range) of our catalog.
With 4096 count encoders and tunable PID gains the Cyton Gamma 1500 achieves smooth motion with repeatability of +/- 0.5mm.
The Cyton Gamma 1500 comes complete with powerful software developed by Energid Technologies. The graphical interface supports real-time gripper control using a mouse/keyboard, gamepad, or space navigator. The robot can be programmed using the GUI or through a comprehensive C++ API. A ROS interface is also available for developers.
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