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KR CYBERTECH: Streamlined robot for high speed and maximum reach
The KUKA industrial robot – KR CYBERTECH is a well suitable product for machining and handling large components as well as for assembly, palletizing and arc welding. The product has won the Red Dot Award 2017 in the “Product Design” category.
The KR CYBERTECH industrial robot – with its streamlined, elongated silhouette – stretches the limits of possibility in terms of speed and reach.”
With a reach of 2,100 mm, the robot covers extremely large distances for its payload category of 20 kg. This was impossible for predecessor models. The economical use of materials also reduces energy consumption and supports sustainability. “It is designed to be fast and agile, reliable and precise. The robot also has to cover a large workspace and be extremely flexible in terms of deployment so that it is ideally suited for use in many applications in industrial production and can tap into new sectors,” says industrial designer Mario Selic. The robot can be installed on the floor, wall or ceiling, or at a certain angle.
“A product is only able to gain the user’s full trust if it exudes reliability and sophistication. After all, an impressive, high-quality appearance is the first effective communication of technical performance.” – Mario Selic, Industrial Designer.