8-axis ROBO Cylinder Electric Shaft Coin Demo Video

This display unit uses the electronic shaft function of the XSEL controller to operate one master axis and seven slave axes in an interlocked pattern.

The eight rod cylinders are moved simultaneously under synchronization control to move sheet-shaped work parts up and down.

Since synchronized commands are issued via pulse train control to the controller that controls each actuator, the sheet-shaped work parts do not tilt and a coin balanced on the work parts remain stationary without tipping.

This function is useful in situations where sheet-shaped work parts such as glass substrates are transferred up and down.