"We are very proud to receive this prestigious prize. It rewards the passion and commitment of the Stäubli teams designing products and solutions with unmatched performance, precision and reliability to various environments from harsh to sterile," said Christophe Coulongeat, group division manager Stäubli Robotics.
According to the company, the new four-axis impresses with their unique cylindrical working area caused "a sensation" among experts when they were launched. The compact, closed design with internal media and supply lines knows no interfering contours, no sources of error and no unnecessary particle emissions.
A completely sealed housing, the connections can be concealed under the robot base if desired and dead spaces consistently avoided, making their hygienic design relevant for sensitive applications in the medical sector.