RCⅡ-DW：Double Wing Take-out Robots, Supporting Downstream Equipment
Double wing type (DW) system example
Stocking system application
Aligns and cases molded parts.
Assembly and stocking system application
Positions the molded part, assembles it with another workpiece, inspects and stocks the final product.
Gate cut and stocking system application 1.
Allows molded part to cool, then performs gate cut and stocks
Gate cut and stocking system application 2.
Removes gate and stocks molded part.
Insert system application 1.
Inserts multiple workpieces
Insert system application 2.（vertical molding machine)
Insertion on A side, extraction on B side.
Double capacity robot for high-speed molding system
In a high-speed molding system where time must be allowed for the downstream machine, the A and B sides alternately extract parts for the fastest possible cycle.
10-axis dual mold system
Take-out and stocking are carried out independently on the A and B sides.
One machine that performs two jobs inherently has all sorts of advantages. For one, users can lower the initial cost of their entire system and, two, enhance the efficiency of their molding plants.
Innovative approach to complicated jobsWith separate units for taking-out and transferring, one Double Wing Robot does the job of two robots.
The two units can be operated from the same controller (CPU) and do not require tedious settings. Moreover, complicated operations can be easily programmed by teaching.
A single Double Wing Robot covers the movements of two conventional robots without taking up the precious floor space around molding machines.
Applicable to a wide variety of complex automated systems2 separately controlled arm units
Double Wing Robots can be used with a wide variety of complex systems, e.g., insert molding and image inspection, gate cutting, assembly, molded part inspection, etc.
Only controller in the industry capable of controlling 16 servo-driven axesServo Wrist Unit available as an option
It also realizes complex operation similar to that of an articulated robot. A variety of downstream processing options, such as gate cutting or inspections, can be controlled from a single E-Touch II Controller.