Cartesian Robotic Arm


First, a Cartesian system is one that moves in three. Orthogonal axes X, Y and Z according to the Cartesian coordinates. (Although it should be noted that a rotary axis in the form of an end effector or end of arm tooling is sometimes included on the outermost axis of a Cartesian robot.)


Machine tending, material handling food processing automation packaging gluing of surfaces palatalizing automatic assembly on conveyor line, pick and place of insert and finished jobs in plastic moulding machine screw feeding machine, adhesive laminating, semiconductor manufacturing, labelling, etc.


  • User friendly programming
  • High payload capacity
  • Robust structure with high rigidity
  • Longer service life