Cables, Wires & Accessories for South African Robotics
Robots play a crucial role in the global manufacturing industry and are considered essential. They often work alongside humans, either collaboratively or independently, in various production tasks. Modern industrial robots can move in three-dimensional spaces, enabling them to perform multiple tasks.
These robots or robot arms repeat their motion sequences millions of times in all directions, ensuring continuous precision and consistent quality, even in challenging conditions. The cables and wires for robotics must meet strict requirements due to factors like rapid acceleration and deceleration, tension, 3D stress, torsion, and bending. They must also be efficiently guided within or on the robot arm to provide maximum freedom of movement.
Our Roboflex® brand cables are designed to handle these diverse loads. They meet requirements for chemical, thermal, and mechanical stresses, including torsion, bending, flexibility, abrasion, notch resistance, oil resistance, and weld bead resistance.
HELUKABEL South Africa offers various cables with different cross-sections for robotics, including those used in sensor technology, data communication, network and bus technology, and control and motor cables. We maintain a large stock of cables and wires for robotics and can also provide custom solutions tailored to your specific needs. Depending on your application, we can develop the appropriate cable and the necessary cable protection system and handle installation and on-site service.
Robotec Systems GmbH, a subsidiary of HELUKABEL GmbH, specialises in supplying customised, pre-assembled hose packages. Our products are used in applications such as spot welding, laser welding, protective glass welding, robot handling systems, and tool-changing systems, providing efficient solutions for various manufacturing processes.
We are happy to help you select the right products for your specific application and are available to answer any questions you may have.
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