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Delta unveils powerful and accurate collaborative robots for multiple tasks

Delta, a global provider of power management and automation solutions, has unveiled its D-Bot series cobots. These collaborative robots boast a high payload capacity, ranging from 6kg to 30kg, making them suitable for various industrial tasks.

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The cobot market is experiencing rapid growth, with projections suggesting a 20% annual increase by 2032 according to market researcher Interact Analysis. Delta aims to address this demand with the D-Bot series, designed to help companies optimise production processes, improve manufacturing efficiency, and address labour shortages.

The D-Bot series offers six models (D-Bot 6, 8, 10, 16, 20, and 30) with varying payload capacities ranging from 6kg to 30kg. These six-axis robots boast high flexibility and precision, with speeds reaching 200 degrees per second and an accuracy of ±0.02mm. Reach spans vary from 800mm to 1800mm to suit diverse operational needs. The inclusion of 24-bit encoders further enhances precision for consistent performance.

Delta’s D-Bot series prioritises safety and efficiency in the workspace with an IP66 rating and advanced safety protocols. Compatibility with communication interfaces like EtherCAT, Modbus, and CODESYS allows these cobots to handle various tasks, including palletising, pick-and-place operations, and welding.

The “Plug & Play” feature and user-friendly interface with 3D visualisation enable operators of all skill levels to program the robots quickly, promoting human-robot collaboration in sectors like automotive, logistics, and electronics.

The D-Bot series is designed for rapid deployment with minimal programming expertise required. The “Plug & Play” functionality simplifies setting up movements and commands. Additionally, the system allows for teaching through drag-and-drop, Python, ROS 1, or C++, ensuring user-friendly operation. The inclusion of a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) panel eliminates the need for extra control devices, further streamlining operations.