The TSXA is Yushin's all-new side entry robot, design-optimized to achieve the world's fastest cycle time.
The TSXA features a new traverse frame designed for vastly improved downstream handoffs. The highly impressive take-out speed (dry cycle) of only 0.21 seconds is 25% quicker than the previous SX Series. This stunning performance is achieved through three important advances:
Ultra lightweight design
Increasing speed by lowering weight is fundamental. It's a simple formula: Lower weight = Less inertia = Higher speed. However, Yushin engineers were faced with the difficult problem of how to shed weight without compromising rigidity or accuracy. Thanks to our innovative Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) application co-developed with Kyoto University, though, we were able to find all possible opportunities for weight saving without harming performance. The result: an amazing 38% weight reduction on the lower (moving) frame.
Optimised end of arm tooling
Using our advanced CAE application we are able to define the theoretical optimum form for any tool. This allows us to achieve minimal profiles while retaining the highest mechanical strength. The results are much lower weight, higher speeds and a significant contribution to smooth and swift take-out movements.
Our E-touch II control system allows a much tighter integration of both the TXSA and downstream hand-off robots, unifying their operations to achieve faster transfer speeds.
The TXSA has a traverse stroke of 2050mm and a kick stroke of 300mm. The maximum payload capacity is 3Kg, including end of arm tooling.