EASY TO LEARN. EASY TO USE.
No prior industrial robot experience is necessary.
Robust video tutorials, online documentation, and a community forum.
Beginner-friendly and a good fit for experienced robot programmers.
CONFIGURE YOUR ZA6 ROBOT
ZA6 Robot Starter Package
The foundation you’ll need to get started. Includes base robot, PathPilot controller, touchscreen monitor, keyboard and mouse, light curtain, pneumatic accessory kit, and a parallel jaw gripper kit. Some assembly required.
Package Starting At: $19,592
Includes Preselected Build & Tooling Options
Finance for 60 mo. from $414/mo. with Geneva Capital
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PROGRAM IN PYTHON WITH PATHPILOT ROBOT
Python is the world’s most popular programming language. In computer terms, it’s been around forever — about three decades. It’s easy to learn, powerful, and because it’s commonplace, you’ll be able to integrate your ZA6 with other Python-driven systems. With over 200,000 Python packages available, most of the work required to connect the ZA6 to the outside world is already done for you.
Want to probe a set of features, save the coordinates to a .csv file and push that file to a webserver? Easy, thanks to the csv and http requests Python libraries. Anything you can do in a Python program you can do with the ZA6 robot. Browse our sample programs onGitHub
A TECH TEACHER’S PET
You can quickly write a simple teach-mode program on the ZA6 to help your students learn concepts needed to be successful in industrial robotics. Unlike other robots designed for the classroom, the ZA6 lets you teach industrial robot concepts like user frames, tool frames, the differences between move types, waypoint types, and more.
ROS IS BUILT FOR RESEARCH
Tormach’s PathPilot Robot control system is built on ROS. Robot Operating System (ROS) is the most popular platform for robotics research.* The open-access nature of the ZA6 creates real opportunities for robotics research.
All system variables are exposed to the user via the API, many in real-time (1 kHz), offering tremendous advantages to people already familiar with ROS programming. And because Tormach is committed to open source, there are no black boxes in the system. You can look all the way under the hood.
*(Over 4,000 academic papers cite “ROS: an open-source Robot Operating System” (Quigley et al., 2009))
START PROGRAMMING FAST
"Unbelievable! 30 minutes of setup and it’s in motion"
Leif Sorgule, Technology & Engineering Teacher, Peru Central High School, Peru, New York
Weight: 146 lbs (65 kg)
Payload: 13 lbs.(6 kg)
Reach: 38 in.(975 mm)
Flange Bolt: 6 bolts (M4)
Control Box: 26 in. × 32 in. × 14 in.(650 mm × 820 mm × 360 mm)
Digital Inputs: 16 (14 user inputs, 2 dedicated safety inputs)
Digital Outputs: 16
Joint Ranges and Speeds
Joint 1: Range: ±148° Speed: 150° s-1
Joint 2: Range: +135° to -100°Speed: 112.5° s-1
Joint 3: Range: +65° to -210° Speed: 150° s-1
Joint 4: Range: ± 149° Speed: 204.5° s-1
Joint 5: Range: ± 143° Speed: 225° s-1
Joint 6: Range: ± 360° Speed: 225° s-1
± 0.020 in (0.5 mm)
I/O POWER SUPPLY: 24 Volt 2 Amp
POWER SUPPLY: 200 - 240 Vac, 50 - 60 Hz Single-Phase Power
Teachmode programming through PathPilot GUI,Python
ZA6 Robot Installation
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