Vision-guided robot from Adept targets picking and packaging applications

Read more about Adept's latest robot, a vision-guided robot that is designed for pick and place, as well as packaging applications in food and beverage, that is compatible with a variety of GigE and USB 3.0 machine vision cameras.

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Designed for pick and place, as well aspackaging applications in food and beverage, the Hornet 565 parallel robot from Adept Technology, Inc. comes with Adept ACE software, an integrated, point-and-click development environment for Adept's entire product portfolio of robots and controls. The robot is compatible with a wide range of GigE and USB 3.0 machine vision cameras, including ace cameras from Basler, which are pictured in the product data sheet. Additionally, the Hornet 565 features a hygienic design that minimizes contamination risks, including an IP65 rating and corrosion-resistant materials for easy wash down. The 115-lb. robot’s extended vertical reach allows for more a workspace of more than 12 ft., enabling a wider variety of packages to be used.

To Learn More:

Contact:Adept Technology, Inc.
Headquarters: Pleasanton, CA, USA
Hornet 565 parallel robot
Key Features: 0.32 s cycle time, 3/4 axes, 6.6 lb. payload max, extended vertical reach, compatible with multiple GigE and USB 3.0 cameras, Adept ACE software.

What Adept says:
View more information on the Hornet 565.

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