Collaborative robots for industrial applications
Three series of high-performance collaborative robots to meet every different need with the best technical offer in the cobot market
Cobots are designed to work alongside people, not as a replacement for them.
Precise, versatile, and efficient, a collaborative robot is also designed to work safely side by side with human operators: it can help staff by simplifying their work or by carrying out dangerous, monotonous, or strenuous tasks, leaving the operators responsible for all those activities with greater added value.
One of the greatest advantages of collaborative robots is that they can be easily reprogrammed for use in different applications, often without changing the production layout. This provides the flexibility needed to automate even small batches or frequent line changes.
Possibility of interconnection with your production lines or other company systems: Ethernet communication, Fieldbus, Serial, Wi-Fi, Modbus, etc.
Collaborative robots learn, memorise, and replicate tasks that are shown to them by the operator via their control interface.
The control touchscreen interface also offers the possibility of simulating the task you want to assign to the cobot.
Doosan collaborative robots distributed by Indeva Cobotics support the latest communication technologies, even without gateways, allowing seamless integration with different systems and machines thanks to different communication protocols. This, combined with our experience as system integrators and developers, allows us to offer every company integrated and interconnected collaborative robotic solutions in full compliance with Industry 4.0 principles.
Supported communications: RS232/485, TCP/IP, Modbus TCP (Master/Slave),
Modbus RTU (Master), PROFINET IO Device, EtherNet/IP Adapter, and the option to install a gateway for a wider range of communication methods
Five configurable work areas to maximise productivity and ensure operator safety and security:
- Collaborative area
- Non-collision detection area
- Protected area
- Orientation-restricted area
- Area with customisable collision sensitivity
Doosan collaborative robots have received prestigious safety certifications worldwide (NRTL in the USA, CE in Europe, and KCs in Korea).
Performance Level, Emergency Stop, Safe Torque Off (STO), and Safe Brake Control (SBC).
Doosan cobots are also designed to ensure the highest possible performance:
Soft shapes and curved designs to prevent accidents.
Very light structure to allow the operator to perform teaching operations with maximum comfort.
Smooth and homogeneous movement, also thanks to automatic measurement of critical data such as weight and direction of gravity.
Luminous details and LED rings allow the operator to see the status of the cobot at a glance.
The 6 torque sensors enable sophisticated applications with controlled force and compliance.
These high-performance torque sensors can recognise force changes down to 0.2N, providing the best impact sensitivity in any industrial environment.
Using the cockpit with Direct Teaching buttons, it is possible to select different types of movement and save coordinates with a simple ‘click’ in order to control the cobot quickly and easily.
Operability is immediate thanks to automatic processes for recognising the tilt, position, and weight of the tool.
Customisable collaborative applications
Our solutions are consistently tailored to meet the unique needs of businesses. We don’t believe in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, as we understand that each company possesses its own distinctive production intricacies that define its individuality.
If you're looking to bring innovation to your company while preserving your established production methods, we're here to assist you
Thanks to our vast experience in the field of automation, we apply skills developed in different industries to carefully study the customised solution that best suits your business needs. When you make the decision to integrate a robot into your production processes, you have to carefully consider a whole series of crucial factors: load, orientation, speed, reach, precision, environment, work cycle, required flexibility, ROI, etc. The analysis of these factors leads to a technical-economic feasibility study, which considers the robotic system as a whole and makes it possible to evaluate the type of robot that can guarantee the company the most efficient and effective results.