MODULAR ROBOTS

Two series of modular joints robots are available. 


Modular Robots Based on Single Joint Modules 

MRJ - Modular joint constituting the basis of the MRR series of modular and re-configurable robots assembled out of single joint and link modules in various configurations. The modules are easily integrated into configurations that could fit various task requirements. MRR are open-architecture robots, suitable for R&D in robotics. ESI offers single joint and link modules, as well as complete robots.

R-MRJ and E-RMJ - Other modular joint architectures of single-joint modules for modular arms. Additional information is available.

 Modular Robots based on Two-Joint Modules

The joints of PMM and SMA - ESI's Advanced Robot Arms - can be integrated into low-weight, high payload, long reach, high accuracy arms with advanced control features, with open software architecture. Additional information is available.

 

RT-1 - Pair of Modular Robots

Many industrial applications that rely on robotic assistance require different tasks to be intermittently performed. This need is not met by existing industrial robots due to their fixed structure and configuration, which preclude convenient transition of the robot from one task to another.

RT-1 - A modular and re-configurable robot with modular joints that can be connected to yield various configurations for a great variety of industrial tasks.

RT-1 - A modular and re-configurable robot comprising of at least a pair of cooperating robot manipulators, each having several modular rotary joints. The two manipulators mimic human arms in a dual arm configuration for dexterous manipulation. Each manipulator may be disassembled and reassembled to assume a multitude of configurations.

RT-1 - A modular and re-configurable robot that can be used in the automation of complex tasks that require multiple manipulators.