A robot package that makes it easy to automate operations
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Quick Factory Hand
The inside of a flexible fingertip made of resin is made of a special structure. By designing this structure, hardness and softness are exquisitely arranged to reproduce the functions of human nails and fingers. Unlike conventional hands that are specially designed to fit the material and shape of the object, the “flexibility” allows the user to grasp the object softly regardless of its size and shape.
Quick Factory Vision
The 3D camera recognizes the work area and objects. It also performs real-time 3D measurement of the surroundings to prevent the robot from colliding with obstacles. It is compatible with 3D cameras from various manufacturers, and integrated measurement of multiple cameras is possible, so it can be used in a variety of situations.
Quick Factory Engine
The Engine is the brain that makes robots, vision, and hands work together. It uses digital twin technologies to recreate real space in virtual space in real time. Adjustment of vision and hands, as well as automatic programming of the robot to avoid obstacles, can be performed at high speed in this virtual space. It can be applied to a variety of commercially available robots.
Quick Factory App
This is a user interface application that allows you to register robot tasks to your liking. You can register complex tasks by combining various tasks. It is intuitive and does not require any special training.
Grasping a variety of objects
Our flexible grippers handle objects of various shapes one after another with “no adjustment” and “no fingertip change”.
Easily replaceable fingertips
The fingertips can be easily replaced with “one-touch mechanism” and “without tools”. It can be used to change fingertips according to the object to be grasped or for maintenance of worn out fingertips.
The secret of flexible hands
Please watch the video to learn more about the features and principles behind KiQ’s flexible hand.
Easy interfacing with sensors
Even if errors are introduced into the sensor, the flexible hand will absorb the deviation. This makes it possible to accomplish a variety of tasks with inexpensive sensors.
Autonomous obstacle avoidance
Considering the object to be grasped, obstacles in the environment, and the configuration of the robot and hand, the robot will plan and act on its own to avoid collision to the target point. This eliminates the need for “teaching work” that was required with conventional robots.