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Three maxims that drive and influence every product Flexxbotics build:
Everyone should have the privilege to operate a robot
Every robot should always be active
Every robot’s ROI should always be met
Do you deploy your robot on multiple jobs? Would a touch off tool for maintenance help? Do you evaluate prototype robot applications?
Flexx Reference makes any UR flexible with a 6-degree lockout.
How does it work?
Set your Flexx Feature
Set your Flexx Feature or reference point by Free-Driving the UR into the Flexx Lockout Assembly (6-degree mechanical mating system).
Capture the Coordinates
While in the Flexx Lockout, capture the coordinates by clicking in the Flexx Reference URCap Plugin. The Flexx Feature is automatically populated in the Flexx Reference Node, which is inserted in your program.
Program the robot as normal and then click update program. All of your waypoints and moves will be converted relative to the captured Flexx Feature. The Flexx Feature will be saved in your program.
Recapture the Flexx Feature
The user is now allowed the flexibility to move the robot or work station without the need of reprogramming. Simply re-capture the Flexx Feature and start the program.
Bluetooth communication and process control for your Universal Robot. Flexx Beacon enables the following:
Bluetooth Technology to locate and connect the robot to surroundings
Positional awareness, allowing efficient mobility
Intelligence layer to load correct part and program
Redeployment with operator, adding reliable process to mobility
How does it work?
Configure your Flexx Beacons relative to each station and program.
Bring your Flexx Scanner in proximity of your Flexx Beacon. The Flexx Scanner recognizes where it is and loads all the correct parameters.
Your operator now has everything they need to run the program. Press play and free your operator for other jobs.
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