Dispensing Robot Expands Work Area

Dispense Works now offers the RP Series robots with a 36 in. x 20 in. work area in a compact and space-saving benchtop. Manufactured in the US, the robots are used for adhesive and myriad other fluid-dispensing applications as well as assembly using UV curing for mounting, tooling, and fixturing.


Features include machine-tool quality construction with pre-loaded leadscrews, ball slides, and brushless servomotors on each axis. This delivers accuracy and high payload capacity for multiple and custom dispense heads — as well as the larger meter and mixing systems. The large ground machine-bed surface provides a suitable stable foundation for fixturing and tooling. Parts remain stationary while the dispense head moves from overhead on the high-speed gantry.

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A built-in jog-and-teach routine simplifies programming with lines, arcs, circles, and dozens of other preprogrammed geometries including dots and fills. Patterns may also be imported from CAD files using an optional Windows software suite. The latest embedded controls feature CF card memory with connectivity for serial, LAN, dual USB ports, bar code input, and additional I/O to handshake with peripheral equipment. For more information, visit Dispense Works. Also, checkout some video demos.

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