Pick&Place HP

Pick&Place – the HP

Whether HP140 or HP70: The Pick&Place from WEISS work with two linear axes and due to this profit from all advantages of a direct drive: rapid dynamic performance, free user-programmability, minimal wear and highest precision.

The compact modules get with the extra slim HP70 reinforcement for place-saving applications. The HP overcomes limits of traditional pneumatic systems regarding variability, dynamic performance and efficiency.
 

HP70
Vertical stroke: 0-70 mm (freely programmable)
Horizontal stroke: 0-325 mm (freely programmable)
Positioning precision: 0.02 mm
Repeatability accuracy: 0.01 mm
max. acceleration: 40 m/s²
HP140T (Vertical Stroke 65mm)
Vertical stroke: 0-65 mm (freely programmable)
Horizontal stroke: 0-400 mm (freely programmable)
Positioning precision: 0.02 mm
Repeatability accuracy: 0.01 mm
max. acceleration: 40 m/s²
HP140T (Vertical Stroke 100mm)
Vertical stroke: 0-100 mm (freely programmable)
Horizontal stroke: 0-400 mm (freely programmable)
Positioning precision: 0.02 mm
Repeatability accuracy: 0.01 mm
max. acceleration: 40 m/s²
HP140T (Vertical Stroke 150mm)
Vertical stroke: 0-150 mm (freely programmable)
Horizontal stroke: 0-400 mm (freely programmable)
Positioning precision: 0.02 mm
Repeatability accuracy: 0.01 mm
max. acceleration: 40 m/s²
HP140T CL

 

· Certified for the air purity class 6
  in line with ISO 14644-1

· Direct-driven handling modul

· Combines two freely positionable axes
  with exceptional dynamics

· Complete ready-to-install solution

  Cleanroom Certificate HP140T CL6 (PDF)

The HP at a glance

  • Extremely compact and narrow design
  • Highly dynamic
  • Ready-for-installation, holistic, customer-friendly complete solution (plug&play)
  • Free programmability
  • Permanent feedback of position, process forces, speed (adjustable control circuit)
  • Significantly lower energy consumption, in particular in comparison with pneumatic systems
  • W.A.S. – WEISS Application Software for simple commissioning
  • Excellent price-quality ratio
  • Overload protection
  • Interfaces to all common fieldbus systems