New TP80 fast Picker

Stäubli Robotics is introducing the new TP80 fast Picker, an ultrafast four-axis new configuration of high-speed robot for standard pick & place applications.

Stäubli Robotics is introducing the new TP80 fast Picker, an ultrafast four-axis new configuration of high-speed robot for standard pick & place applications. This innovative series of high-speed pickers deliver greater speeds of more than 200 picks per minute, and more flexibility at a lower cost to all markets.


Stäubli has long set the standard for high speed and precision in robotic performance, ensuring the highest possible throughput and shortest cycle times.

This new robot represents the latest innovation - demonstrating agility and delivering extremely fast cycle times due to its lightweight design. It maintains high precision "throughout the entire work envelope", having homogenous repeatability unlike rival delta robots. The TP80 fast Picker is extremely rigid, and competitively priced offering an economical alternative for numerous standard applications without sacrificing quality, durability or performance.

These characteristics enables the TP80 to become the first choice for a large variety of applications which traditionally have required a delta robot configuration.

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