Robots - Mitsubishi

Here are a range of Robots available.

Articulated Arm and SCARA


We have been in Partnership with Mistubishi for many years and with their constant improvement and innovation it has enabled us to bring the best solutions to our customers needs. Knowing that we have the best equipment to install into our customers system requirements it gives us the edge needed to ensure that our expert work is supported by quality products.

Programming a Mitsubishi robot arm is easier than most people think. The programming language is a BASIC -like structure with commands reflecting the requested action.For example, the command MOV means 'move' and HCLOSE means 'hand close'. Furthermore all Mitsubishi robots are programmed using the same language, reducing the user's learning curve.

Some of the Mitsubish products we work with.


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Misubishi's range of SCARA robots divides into two categories. The small RP-AH robots feature outstanding repeatability (+/- 0.005mm) at very high speed, making them ideal for micro assembly tasks and the population and soldering of SMD circuit boards.

RH-SH is the second range of SCARA robots available. These models are ideal for palletizing and other specialised uses. These robots can be deployed where space is limied but loads weighing up to 18kg need to be moved quickly.

Mitsubishi SCARA robots are specialists for fast palletising, sorting and component placement and assembly. They have a very short cycle period of up to 0.5 seconds for movement sequence consisting of a 25mm vertical lift, a 300mm horizontal traverse, a 25mm vertical lower and return. Mitsubishi Electric offers three versions with payload handling capacities of 6kg and 18kg and reaches of 550mm and 850mm.
Used in varuious Indistries such as Automotive, Packaging, Food and Drinks and many many more.


The smallest and fastest robot in this range is the RP-1ADH. It can place components with a precision of five thousandths of a millimetre in a workspace around the size of a DIN A6 sheet of paper - an unbeatable performance that is currently only available from Mitsubishi Electric robots.

Highlights RP-1ADH:

  • Repeatability ± 0.005 mm
  • Cycle period per pick and place < 0.5 s
  • Required footprint approx. 200 × 160 mm
  • Work envelope approx. 150 × 105 mm
  • Extended pick up zones for material feeding
  • Multitasking operating system supports parallel processing



The RV-2SDB uses an innovative geometry to allow exceptional agility even in limited spaces. This means it is readily adaptable to small work cells with few modifications required. For new designs, the space saving capabilities mean reduced cost, both in terms of materials and floor space.

Key to the RV-2SDB’s agility is an arm design that even allows access to the area immediately surrounding the base, making the maximum use of the surrounding space. This is further enhanced by a 360 degree reach, meaning no parts of the surroundings are inaccessible. A ceiling mount capability and compact wrist design complete the picture.

Increased productivity

While agility is a key benefit, to provide an effective solution it needs to be combined with performance. The RV-2SDB delivers on this requirement with axis performance that is up to 10% faster than previous designs while carrying a versatile 2kg (3kg in wrist down position) load. This all adds up to a maximum combined speed of 4,400 mm/sec. Hence cycle times can be kept to the minimum for increased productivity. Despite this rapid cycling capability, the robot does not sacrifice positional repeatability, allowing precise manipulation of assemblies and work pieces down to +/- 0.02mm. So finally, the RV-2SDB delivers both dependable productivity and quality day after day.

Simple system integration

True to Mitsubishi’s position as a full source automation partner, the RV-2SDB is easily integrated with a variety of our other automation system components. The GOT HMI can communicate via an Ethernet link to the robot controller. This allows operation panels to be easily configured using the GOT alone, saving development and system cost. Further, the robot’s standard SSCNET III interface allows an MR-J3-B servo axis to be controlled directly over a high performance, noise free optical link.

Powerful software tools

The RV-2SDB also benefits from a comprehensive suite of software tools to simplify the tasks of system design and validation while minimizing engineering hours. RT Toolbox 2 provides the main tools for programming the robot system, debugging and planning optimum cycle times for maximum productivity. MELFA-Works can take existing system design data from CAD software such as SolidWorks and use this to accurately simulate the operation of work cells and systems.

The adaptability and inginuity of the articulated robot mean we are able to bring the best possible
solution to our customer needs. From design to installation you are assured of the very best products and support. In association with Mitsubishi and its reputation for excellence we match this with our own expertise and ability to create the right solution to our customer needs.


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