Geometric Design

P2350 Hexapod

Cartoon Kettlebell Weight

1,600 lb.

726 kg.

Payload

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.

Repeatability

Mikrolar P2350 Hexapod

 

More powerful actuators increase the capabilities of the P2100 up to this P2350 Hexapod. This system design is often used for heavy duty simulation and industrial milling. 

While maintaining all of the benefits of the P2100 Hexapod (rigidity, repeatability, accuracy, six degrees of freedom, etc), the P2350 is an upgraded model built for heavier loads. ​With improved ballscrews and motors, the P2350 has faster acceleration and a considerably higher weight capacity compared to the P2100. It's perfect for applications that require accuracy, rigidity, and repeatability despite hefty conditions. (If that's still not enough for your particular application, take a look at our P3350 Hexapod.)

This P2350 Hexapod has most often been used in industrial and heavier simulation applications. For example, this P-Series model provided the base platform for an immersive moon landing simulator for Draper Labs in celebration of the moon landing's 50th anniversary. We've also applied it to rugged industrial milling for a project with the rail industry to research a more accurate, faster, and safer way to refurbish train parts.

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 P2350 Hexapod Performance Data Table

10-Axis P2350 First Motion Footage.

Mikrolar P2350 Hexapod 10-Axis System