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Kuka Omni Move Flexible Platforms

 Kuka Omni Move Flexible Platforms

Description

KUKA omniMove is the transport platform for heavy loads and flexible Platforms for Industrial Manufacturing Plants. With ultra-precision and in the tightest of spaces we can move it with great ease into the right position. It also deals outstanding mobility, easily operated by remote control.

Independent and extremely flexible

The KUKA omniMove mobile heavy-duty platform may move XXL loads with comfort. They might be controlled manually or move separately. They navigate safely, moving almost self-sufficiently despite its enormous size and payload capacity. We can also optionally expand it with a self-contained energy supply. Especially developed wheels allow the mobile heavy-duty platform to move in any direction. It can move even from a standing start. The refined navigation system KUKA Navigation Solution safeguards autonomous direction without danger of a collision and without needful artificial floor markings. This can be easily scaled in size, width, and length within a modular system.

Mecanum wheel

The particularly advanced KUKA omniMove drive technology founded on the Mecanum wheel confirms that the KUKA omniMove may move omnidirectionally. With separate barrel-shaped rollers, the wheel can move self-sufficiently of each other. This permits the KUKA omniMove to change from a standing position start and to do translational and rotating motions in the tightest of spaces. This can therefore change quickly and efficiently in all directions.

Advantages of the KUKA omniMove

Powerful

The KUKA omniMove may safely and suitably move even the heaviest components in XXL format liable on the vehicle variant. It has a cargo capacity of up to 90 tons. That capacity reaches in the maximum version a length up to 30 meters.

Accurate

Without contact on up to +/- 3 mm, the KUKA omniMove can move the thickest loads.

Linked

The KUKA omniMove design the ideal solution for customer requirements and wishes. Their modular system deals a wide range of options for deploying.

Over-length and XL size

The mobile heavy-duty platform is accessible with the option to couple multiple vehicles to form a single omniMove. The components that are more than 30 meters long are no problem for Transporting. We can simply install additional spring travel and LED headlights.

With lifting spindles

A heavy-duty platform is optionally available with electric lifting spindles or scissor lift tables. This lets the KUKA omniMove to lift the load separately.

Power supply

The independent power supply uses high-performance batteries. It also utilizes the state-of-the-art wireless technology that releases the KUKA omniMove from preventive connections.

KMP 1500

This is a solution for a flexible production process to the increasing demand of production departments for shorter response times. The KMP 1500 creates flexible production possible to a size that has been inconceivable before. The KMP 1500 is a separately controlled platform that integrates seamlessly into the production process.

Industry 4.0 – Video 2 Minutes

I am sharing below the link of the YouTube video that is really wonderful and amazing as concerned the industry 4.0 technologies. Such technologies are required for Industry 4.0 manufacturing plants. This is the need of the hour to optimize manpower and to do required plant maintenance. This is also very useful and helpful for plant management activities in the most optimal way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E2k1dTmHy8&list=PLbJ9jyGXruZdI9aMlprTZ20PY7zet1isZ&index=5

 

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