Mecademic Showcases Micro-SCARA Robot at Automatica

The new robot is ideal for applications that require precision in small environments, the company said.


A number of customers have already been testing the new robot as a part of the company's Early Access Program.
The micro-SCARA robot builds off the design principles of the company's Meca500 six-axis robotic arm.

Mecademic announced today its new micro-SCARA robot at Automaticia. The Montreal-based company said the robot builds on the success and design principles of its Meca500 six-axis robotic arm. Members of the company's Early Access Program have been testing the robot for the past month, the company said.

Mecademic said the SCARA robot is ideal for small component design and manufacturing applications for electronics, optics, medical devices, and many other industries.

Early Access Program has global presence

“We launched the Early Access Program for our SCARA robot in May. This program included select distributors, integrators, and end customers across North America, Europe, and Asia. We greatly appreciate the level of application testing and feedback from these selected experts,” shared Philippe Beaulieu, chief commercial officer at Mecademic Inc., in a statement.“We are preparing for large-scale production to fulfill the pre-orders for this new micro-SCARA robot.”

“As part of the Early Access Program for Mecademic's new micro-SCARA robot, we have been impressed with its performance and design. We feel the compact size and precision uniquely meets the strong demand we see in micro automation,” stated Marcus Frei, CEO at NEXT. robotics. “Adding this SCARA robot to our comprehensive product portfolio amplifies our commitment to providing innovative solutions.”

Visit Booth #B4.302 at Automatica to see this latest innovation from Mecademic in action with Next Robotics.

To pre-order the robot, the company is instructing customers to fill out a form on its website.

Mecademic is an award-winning robotics designer and manufacturer based in Montreal, Canada. It makes small industrial robotic arms. It said its customers work in aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, electronics, jewelry, and other industries. 

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A number of customers have already been testing the new robot as a part of the company's Early Access Program.

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