HF Uses Many Different Types of Robots in its Laboratory Automation Solutions: Here is a look at HF 6-axis Robots!

These robotic arms have six degrees of freedom, allowing them to move in any direction and orientation with ease.

Their versatility and precision make them the perfect solution for handling complex tasks such as sample preparation, liquid handling and instrument integration.

Moreover, 6-axis robots can easily reach hard-to-access areas and work in confined spaces, simplifying your workflow and increasing efficiency.

Some advantages of 6-axis robots:

These robots can perform a wide range of tasks with high precision, high speed, and repeatability, they can handle different types of samples and containers with ease, and they can reduce manual labour and human error.

Larger robots can handle samples that are too heavy for lab operators to handle.

Our industrial 6 axis robots are extremely reliable and can operate 24/7 with an extremely low mean time between failures.

These articulated robots have multiple joints, which allow them to move in various directions. With this flexibility, these robots can handle complex tasks and quickly adapt to changing requirements.

Some disadvantages of 6-axis robots:

Although 6-axis robots can perform complex tasks that require high-speed movements, versatility, and precision, they may have some disadvantages. For instance, they tend to be more expensive, bulky and difficult to program than other types of robots.

Additionally, they consume more energy and generate more heat than other robots, and they generally require safety barriers.

HF uses industrial-grade 6-axis robots for tasks such as sample preparation, liquid handling, or instrument integration. These robots are designed to handle complex tasks with ease and precision, making them ideal for use in research and routine analytical laboratories.

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