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Geometric Design

P2100 Hexapod

Cartoon Kettlebell Weight

441 lb.

200 kg.


Area Unit Symbol

55.9 in. ø

 1,420 mm. ø

Working Volume (X,Y)

Arrow Pointing Up

16.3 in.

 415 mm.

Working Volume (Z)

Cartoon Tape Measure

0.001 in.

25 µm.


Mikrolar P2100 Hexapod


Our "standard" Hexapod allows for a wide variety of applications due to its speed, stiffness, and accuracy. This system design has been used for industrial assembly, simulation, water jet cutting, and more.


The P2100 Hexapod is a six degree of freedom, servo-driven, parallel link robot designed for use in a variety of fields. This includes areas such as manufacturing, biomedical research, simulation, and automated assembly processes. Specifically, it is designed for applications where rigidity, repeatability, and accuracy are required.

With a much larger range of motion than the P1000 and P1500 models, the P2100 can easily be applied to applications needing a longer reach. Whether mounted under or over the operation, this Hexapod provides the speed and dexterity of a conventional robot along with the stiffness and accuracy of a machine tool.

This system has seen a large variety of applications over the years, finding uses in nearly every one of our fields on the Applications page. One of our more recent projects included a P2100 Hexapod as a part of a measure-to-cut water jet system. We were able to improve accuracy, decrease down time, and increase worker safety.

All of our robots use the same core software; how you communicate with them is up to you. With the use of the same simple user interface as every other Mikrolar robot, you will find operating and programming this Hexapod to be both simple and straight-forward. Whether you wish to use a language you are already familiar with such as G-code, or you require a custom designed solution such as feedback from exterior measuring devices, Mikrolar can write a custom interface to suit your needs.

Mikrolar P2100 Hexapod Performance Data Table

Footage of a P2100 Test Cut.

Mikrolar P2100 Hexapod suspended inside enclosure
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