Full Servo up to 1600 Ton

Full Servo up to 1600 Ton

CNC Frame – Full Servo Robot

Our MaxBW series are full servo robots capable of operating on machines up to 1600 tons. With a telescoping vertical stroke from 1300-2000mm, the MaxBW is suitable for a wide range of molding machines.

Many of our popular MaxBWs are in stock at our Worcester, MA location. Give us some information about your application, and we can help you select the proper robot. We can also give you the approximate lead time from ordering to delivery.

Explore the features listed below and request your fast quote today.

  • Size ranges from 320 – 1600 tons
  • Payload capacity from 22 – 66 pounds
  • Fixed full forward enclosed carriage strip axis frame suitable for machines with rear obstructions
  • Reliable rigid design coupled with flexible software suppressed vibration ensures maximum acceleration with minimum vibration
  • High precision linear guide system with hardened steel rails and Bosch Rexroth bearings
  • Patented fixed/moveable side movement
  • Release or grip inside the mold area – defective parts can be dropped inside or outside the mold area or on a conveyor
  • 4 vacuum 2 grip circuits standard
  • 4 spare input 4 spare outputs
  • Bright LED lights on all prox switches and vacuum sensors eliminate guesswork when troubleshooting
  • Telescoping vertical arm for low overhead ceiling clearance and faster cycle times
  • Slim profile floor mounted control cabinet for safe and easy maintenance
  • Open software based touch screen controller
  • Create any unique motion sequence at the pendant without the need for factory assistance, special programming or off-line software
  • Large storage space
  • Simple uploading and downloading of programs with a standard USB stick
  • Lightweight, easy to operate handheld controller
  • Bright colorful split screen to show simple line by line programs on the left and programming information on the right
  • Free edit mode
  • 3 axis synchronized movement

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