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Universal Robots UR3

Universal Robots UR3 is an industrial robotic arm designed to simulate repetitive manual tasks weighing up to 3kg.

Universal Robots UR3

Payload »

3 KG

Radius »

500 MM

Weight »

11 KG

Joints »

6 DOF

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UR3 - Small, light and flexible

The Universal Robots UR3 is the smallest and lightest cobot in the UR range. A compact 11 kg robot with a load capacity of up to 3 kg. With a range of 500 mm, a precision of 0.1 mm and 360 degree rotation on all joints, the robot is perfect for automating manual tasks.

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The compact size, easy programming and quick installation make it easy for the cobot to switch between different tasks. The addition of a force sensor makes it possible for the robot to perform tasks in a consistent manner. In addition, this sensor ensures that the robot stops if something is found in its route.

The robot is therefore perfect for standing next to employees. For example, the robot can help with light assembly tasks and other activities around a workbench. An assistant who can help with assembly, polishing, gluing and screwing activities.

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The robots of Universal Robots.

Universal Robots started with the introduction of cobots in 2009 and has now introduced three variants to the market: the UR3, UR5 and UR10. These cobots are characterized by their flexibility, light weight and user-friendliness and have 6 separate joints. They are perfect for mid-size companies that need flexible, effective automation with a fast return on investment. Thanks to their light weight, they are easy to move around and do not require a robust surface.

The robots are supplied with attributes that make it possible to program them, such as a controller box, a touch screen and software. The graphical interface makes programming easy and accessible for everyone. In addition, according to the applicable rules, they can be operational without shielding and can be placed in a shared workspace with employees.

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