CT/CT2：Clamp-End Traverse Take-out Robots
Clamp-end traverse type robot for 3-plate mold that releases molded parts to the movable platen side of the IMM
The CT and CT2 transition the former design concept of take-out robots as tools for replacing line operators to the starting point for automating part take-out. Developed from this new concept, these take-out robots provide users with the impetus to completely change the layout of their entire plant.
Because the space between molding machines can be narrowed, more machines can be installed.
From runner take-out to producttake-out
Additional space is not required to replace an existing runner take-out robot with either the CT or CT2 product take-out robot.
Conveyor belt centralization
Separate conveyor belts are not needed for each molding machine, therefore centralized processing can be used for packaging or inspecting molded parts.
Energy-savings 26% less power consumed than by predecessor robots
Because robot weight reduces by applying Optimum Design approach, lower duty motors are used.
Energy-savings 75% less air consumed than by predecessor robots
Air consumption has been reduced by 75% from predecessor models by incorporating Yushin’s propriety ECO Vacuum circuit as a standard feature.
Vibration control72% shorter settling time than predecessor robots
With the CT and CT2 series, Optimum Design, CFRP and anti-vibration controls combine to shorten settling time (time required for vibrations to fall below a desired level) by 72%, which naturally shortens the full molding cycle.