Single axis servo robot arms have two basic axes. The lower axis allows the robot to move forward and backwards, while the upper axis extends the arm vertically to reach parts behind the body. The main difference between these two types of servo arms is their level of flexibility.
Single axis servo robot arms have the advantage of being small and portable. This allows them to perform simple tasks like grasping, as well as more flexible and complex tasks. These robotic arms can be moved from one location to another, and can work alongside humans without the use of safety cages.
Single axis servo robot arms are most commonly used in the plastic injection molding industry. These high-performance industrial robot arms are compact and versatile, with a high level of accuracy. They are attached to a horizontal plastic injection molding machine. Moreover, they can be interpolated with a single multi-axis controller.
Single axis servo robot arms can work independently or in pairs. The DH-T1 Single Axis Servo Robot Arm is ideal for runner and product picking. It can work on injection molding machines up to 320 tons, and it features a telescopic arm design for easier installation. This model also features an optional double axis servo arm.