(CARPINTERIA, CA) Productive Robotics, Inc., the Santa Barbara, CA-based manufacturer and designer of OB7 industrial robots, announces the issuance of its second design patent, US D868,129 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its seven axis industrial robotic arm "robot stand with worktable”. This patent covers the design of Productive Robotics' proprietary robot rolling stand and work table, designed for ease of maneuverability and staging of equipment and parts.
“The robot stand and work table are optional accessories that are designed to make it effortless and simple to setup automated work stations.” said Zac Bogart, president and CEO of Productive Robotics.”
OB7’s seventh axis also makes it even simpler to automate. Its flexibility and maneuverability are comparable to a human arm, allowing it to work in more confined and tight spaces. As a collaborative robot, it can safely work alongside human operators and does not require caging or fencing.
“New robotics and automation technologies continue to emerge and the market is growing increasingly competitive, but above all, customers want solutions that are fast to deploy and affordable, require minimal complex integration, and a high return on investment,” said Bogart. “OB7 provides this with its landmark design and the ease of which existing teams can assemble and teach it tasks with minimal outside support.”
With all-inclusive packages available, the OB7 provides a cost-efficient solution to robotic automation for small to medium sized businesses. The robot learns through physical demonstration, so operators can easily teach OB7 a task in minutes and begin automating their production the same day. OB7 can support all areas of manufacturing in medical, aerospace, automotive, metal and machinery, plastics injection molding, food and beverage, and science and research industries.
Patent D868,129 is one of several patents filed by Productive Robotics. Manufactured and designed in the USA, OB7 is the quintessential robotic product that is backed by American design, engineering, and a superior support team.
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