Lesta robots are self-learning so they mirror intricate human movements without the need for complicated programming or a teach pendant.
During the self-learning mode, a finishing specialist initiates a programming sequence while every single motor in the robot is disengaged. The finishing specialist then manipulates the robot with the help of pneumatics. In this free-float learning mode, encoders in all of the robot’s joints record the motions of the finishing specialist as the training paint job happens. As the movements and gun trigger pulls are recorded, the Lesta robotic software creates the code.
At this point, the finishing specialist initiates the program and sees the end results minutes after programming the robot.
Lightweight, versatile with smooth human-like movement. The LeBot MV has quick, easy-to-use self-learning software that controls the gun and end effector, not just the robot arm for painting and finishing applications. With no need for a robotic teach pendent, you can control up to 10 axes for rotation, side to side, forwards and backwards, and up and down movement to paint complicated parts typically best painted by the decisions of a human.
Increase your working area by mounting the robot on a metal aerial structure.
Increase linear working area by mounting the robot on a floor track structure.
Paint in tight spaces without the need for a conveyor system to move the parts in front of the robot.
Aerial and ground rotation groups make it easy to rotate parts during painting with proprietary technology that engages and turns the sprocket/hook.
See this game-changing technology in the LestaUSA showroom inside DeGeest Corporation near Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
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