Gantry Robot-Alio-Industries

A gantry robot is made up of a manipulator mounted onto an overhead system and allows movement across a horizontal plane. Gantry robots are also called linear or cartesian robots, and are usually big systems built with linear guide rails that undertale pick and place actions, and they can also be used in other applications such as welding.

ALIO gantry robots are characterzed by large work areas and superior positioning accuracy — the ability of the gantry robot to place a part correctly. Gantry robots are relatively simple to program when compared to alternative motion control solution. In addition, they are not limited by floor space constraints.

  Gantry

A gantry robot is made up of a manipulator mounted onto an overhead system and allows movement across a horizontal plane. Gantry robots are also called linear or cartesian robots, and are usually big systems built with linear guide rails that undertake pick and place actions, and they can also be used in other applications such as welding.

ALIO gantry robots are characterized by large work areas and superior positioning accuracy — the ability of the gantry robot to place a part correctly. Gantry robots are relatively simple to program when compared to alternative motion control solution. In addition, they are not limited by floor space constraints.

  Industrial Robot

The most commonly used robot configurations are articulated robots, SCARA robots, delta robots and cartesian coordinate robots, (gantry robots or x- y-z robots). In the context of general robotics, most types of industrial robots would fall into the category of robotic arms (inherent in the use of the word manipulator in ISO standard 1738). Robots exhibit varying degrees of autonomy:  Some robots are programmed to faithfully carry out specific actions over and over again (repetitive actions) without variation and with a high degree of accuracy. These actions are determined by programmed routines that specify the direction, acceleration, velocity, deceleration, and distance of a series of coordinated motions.  Other robots are much more flexible as to the orientation of the object on which they are operating or even the task that has to be performed on the object itself, which the robot may even need to identify. For example, for more precise guidance, robots often contain machine vision sub-systems acting as their visual sensors, linked to powerful computers or controllers. Artificial intelligence, or what passes for it, is becoming an increasingly important factor in the modern industrial robot.