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The fastest robot of the world from Stäubli High Speed

The fastest robot of the world from Stäubli at Automatica 2012


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4 Comments

  1. Makes me proud being from Switzerland!! 😉

  2. Crazy stuff, no wonder people want to automate everything!

  3. I stood in front of this one at the SPS (PLC) Drives fair in Nürnberg last November. the video itself does not really show the speed of this device. In real live it looks much faster. You are not really able to follow the arm with your eyes.

    Best regards
    Thomas

  4. Hehe, somehow i knew it must be from Switzerland.. Really impressive, i could watch it for hours 😉

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