Visit Rollon at in the East Building at booth E-4528
Hackettstown, NJ - Rollon Corporation will be demonstrating its pre-engineered cartesian robot system, Motion Box, at this year's IMTS. Designed to deliver users six different motion profiles that can be set-up and running in a couple of hours, Motion Box includes everything from the human-machine interface (HMI) on one side to the output of reliable motion on the other end, including cable management.
The initial system setup is already complete so end-users can get parts moving in a reliable and repeatable manner. Motion Box has six pre-programmed motion profiles to suit more than 80% of all Cartesian motion applications from 12x12x12 inches up to 60x40x20 inches.
Rick Wood, Managing Director, Rollon Corporation, commented, "Even if you start with a basic set up, gantry systems often require more than 100 hours of engineering activity, including specifying dozens of parts across many vendors. With countless failure points and a multitude of suppliers, it’s hard to know who to call when something goes wrong. Generally, the end user calls the system integrator or distributor, hoping for adequate post-sale technical support and troubleshooting."
"Our alternative is a pre-engineered Cartesian robot with the mechanical system and controls already in place and ready to go. Using an out-of-the-box Cartesian like Motion Box enables users to work with a single vendor for advice and troubleshooting needs, with just one part number per item. Buying a part and buying a robot become a similar task, making both initial specification and setup fast and easy."
For more information visit www.rollonmotionbox.com
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About Rollon Corp
Rollon has been a leading international linear motion manufacturer since 1975, providing linear bearings, actuators, and linear motion products. All of Rollon’s linear motion products are original, innovative designs created to meet the requirements of design engineers involved in machine design applications across a wide variety of industries including plant assembly, packaging design, transportation manufacturing and medical device development.