CARTESIAN COORDINATE ROBOTS
Cartesian robot, or linear robot, is an industrial robot
where the three control axes move in a straight line instead
of rotating. The axes of control (robot XYZ) are
situated at 90° angles to each other, with three sliding
joints that move linearly up and down, in and out, and back
CARTESIAN ROBOT APPLICATIONS
The simplified robot control arm solution is commonly
used for CNC machining, 3D printing and in milling and
drawing machines. Pick-and-place machines also operate
on the principal of liner, Cartesian coordinate robots.
One type of Cartesian robot is a gantry robot, where the
horizontal robot is supported at both ends.
HTE Automation is dedicated to providing the resources
Kansas, Missouri and Illinois
need to maximize the return on their investment in Cartesian
robot technology. Please call HTE Automation at 800-444-4831 to speak with a robot specialist, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.