The company says its “GCIR” robot platform has successfully passed the “M-phase” review panel, which is probably to do with manufacturing.
“Now, we are going to process the small-quantity phase,” says the company on its website, adding that “our cobot … officially enters the market at the end of August”.
Called the C-5, Esit’s collaborative robot has the following features:
- payload of 15 kg;
- precision of ± 0.05 mm;
- prevention of impact with humans;
- reach of 1,300 mm; and
- hand guidance.
ESIT is a Canadian firm which is part of a larger company called Super Robotics.
For more information, read our exclusive interview with Dr Andrew Goldenberg, founder and chief technology officer of ESIT.