The ultra-light, compact MotoMan MHJF offers advanced robotic path control, speed and accuracy in an affordable, industrial grade robot. This highly portable and easy to install robot enables simplified system integration.

The MHJF uses small-capacity motors (max: 80 W) for all axes allowing the robot to be used without a safety fence in the same area as students. The MHJF features a 545 mm (21.4”) reach, weighs only 15kg (33lbs) and offers the widest work envelope in its class. Because of its small footprint, it can be floor-, wall-, or ceiling-mounted.

The MHJF controller has an Open Architecture that will enable students to program the robot in C, C++, C# or .NET environments. The MHJF supports both stand-alone applications as well as sophisticated automated workcells. The robot offers superior performance in small part applications such as assembly, dispensing, packaging, material handling, and machine tending.
The compact design and built-in collision avoidance features with multiple robot control allow up to four robots to be used together to maximize productivity while reducing overall floor space requirements.

The MotoMan MHJF is paired with the FS100 Controller

Standard features

    • Compact, powerful and economical
    • 545 mm (21.4”) reach; 0.03 mm (0.0012”) repeatability
    • 1-2 kg (2.2 – 4.4 lbs) payload
    • Robot adjusts performance based on load
      • Effective for payloads less than 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
    • Small footprint and minimal interference radius (92.5 mm/3.6”) maximizes floor space utilization
    • Floor-, wall- or ceiling-mounted options
    • Brakes on L- and U-axes
    • Internally routed cables and hoses maximize system reliability
    • Compact design and built-in collision avoidance features with multiple robot control allow up to two robots to be used together to optimize productivity

Example Applications

    • MHJF with Machine Tending (Milling/Turning/Laser Engraver)
    • MHJF with Assembly and/or Quality Control

Mechanical Specifications

Mechanical structureVertically articulated
Weight15 kg33 lb
Vertical Reach909 mm35.8″
Horizontal Reach545 mm(21.4”)
Maximum Payload
With reduced acceleration:2 kg4.4 lbs
Full speed:1 Kg2.2 lbs
End EffectorsPneumatic Gripper
Repeatability
at TCP (tip of gripper)
± 0.03 mm0.0012″

 

Axes Specifications

Number of Axes6 rotational axes and gripper
Axis MovementRangeMaximum Speed
S-Axis (Turning/Sweep)160°160°/s
L-Axis (Lower Arm)+110°/-90°130°/s
U-Axis: (Upper Arm)+105°/-290°200°/s
R-Axis: (Wrist Roll)±180°300°/s
B-Axis: (Bend/Pitch/Yaw)±130°400°/s
T-Axis: (Wrist Twist)±360°500°/s

Controller Specifications

FS100 Controller

Data Sheet

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Certification

The Intelitek Certified Robotics programs provide robotic learning to career technical education programs, offering curriculum and project-based activities to prepare students when working with real world industrial robots. Students who complete the Intelitek training curriculum with the Yaskawa Motoman robot can take a test and become Operator or Programmer Certified.This Yaskawa endorsed certification is highly revered in industry and can give a candidate a leg up when searching in the job market. Yaskawa is one of the leading robotics vendors in industry and the certification on the MHJF educational robot uses the same tools and programming pendant as the largest and most sophisticated industrial robots from Yaskawa.Certification

“Certified Yaskawa Robot Operator”

In order to get this certificate, the student will need to learn and pass the tests of this course:

  • Fundamentals of Robotics for MotoMan MHJF – 15 hours
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“Certified Yaskawa Robot Programmer”

In order to get this certificate, the student will need to learn and pass the tests of the following
courses:

  • Fundamentals of Robotics for MotoMan MHJF – 15 hours
  • Advanced Robotic Programming for MotoMan MHJF – 15 hours
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Graduates of the Intelitek MotoMan MHJF training curriculum can be certified as a MotoMan Operator or Programmer. At the completion of each course, the course concludes with a practical exam which the students must pass before taking the Yaskawa Certification exams.

Candidates that successfully complete the practical exam are then eligible to take the final certification exam which is a test composed of 40 multiple choice questions about the MotoMan system and robotic theory.

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