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Analysis of the five mechanical structures and three major components of industrial robots
According to the definition of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), robots are divided into Industrial Robots and Service Robots. Among them, industrial robots now account for 80% of the global market share of robots, much higher than service robots.
In terms of mechanical structure, industrial robots can be divided into single-axis robots, coordinate robots, horizontal multi-joint robots (SCARA), vertical multi-joint robots, and parallel robots (DELTA), etc. Description.
First, the five major mechanical structures of industrial robots
Single axis robot
Single-axis robots are generally divided into two transmission modes, one for ball screw drive and the other for synchronous toothed belt (referred to as: synchronous belt). Both are guided by linear guides and matched with servo motor or stepper motor. To achieve positioning, transfer, handling and so on in different application areas. Two-axis, three-axis, and gantry combinations are also possible through different combinations of styles.
The application fields of single-axis robots cover automation applications such as semiconductors, home appliances, medical, automotive, packaging, dispensers, welding, cutting, inspection, etc., and Taiwan's Shangyin Technology ranks among the top three in the world in the market for single-axis robots.