Non-destructive Examinations on Complex Geometries with the Light-Weight Robot: 3D-iMav Tool
The Light-Weight Robot (LWR) is the predestinated tool for those applications. With a standard configuration of four axes, the LWR is a perfect match in terms of positioning and movement accuracy. Especially on complex shaped components an optimal coupling and alignment of the transducers is mandatory to achieve the best results. An even higher versatility can be reached with two additional axes and a wide range of connector plates that can be attached to the robot. These options allow an easy modification to existing carrier system or installed rails.Product Sheet
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