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Two-armed robot system for under US$20k

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30 October 2012



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ST Robotics announced today the latest addition to their R12 robot product line, the Tandem R125, a low cost two-armed robot system for under $20,000. ST Robotics, based in Princeton, New Jersey and Cambridge, England, is one of the first manufacturers of bench-top robot arms. ST Robotics has been providing affordable, easy-to-use, ready-to-go, boxed robots for nearly 30 years.  ST’s robots are utilized the world over by companies and institutions such as Lockheed-Martin, Amazon, Motorola, Honeywell, MIT, NASA, Pfizer and Sony, to name a few. The numerous applications for ST’s robots benefit the manufacturing, nuclear, pharmaceutical, laboratory and semiconductor industries. Check out the demo video below.



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