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What is SCARA robots used for?

The SCARA robot is mainly used for pick and place or assembly operations where high speed and high accuracy is required. A SCARA robot can operate at higher speed and with optional cleanroom specification.

What does SCARA robot mean?

The SCARA acronym stands for Selective Compliance Assembly robot arm Selective Compliance Articulated Arm. 

How much does a SCARA robot cost?

Stäubli launched their impressive top mounted TP80 SCARA robot. The SCARA robot is costed 46 000 to 50 000, but it can handle 200 parts per minute.

Who invented SCARA robots

SCARA was created by Professor Hiroshi Makino Yamanashi University in Japan.

Okay guys now we will be labelling the robot.

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So, Let’s start off with the top right of the SCARA robot. In the top right there is a little rectangle called Quill Cover. Then go to the left side of it and it is called outer link. Go left and it is called joint 2 as-well when you go left again and it is called joint 1. Lets go left-side and there is a big column called joint 1 column. go down to the area where there are small rectangles and that area is called Base Enclosure. Go up again and there is a rectangle called inner-link. Then go right there is a small rectangle called User Flange. Go up and this is the final part of SCARA robots which is joint 3 and joint 4 [quill].

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