Automata Technologies

  • Automata Technologies has developed a six degree of freedom (DOF) robotic arm, called EVA, that is constructed nearly entirely of plastic components; EVA weights 2.5 kg, can lift a maximum payload of 1 kg, has a fully extended reach of 600 mm, and a repeatability of +/- .5 mm; the robot comes...

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