The biggest robot has been constructed with help of GH CRANES & COMPONENTS
The world’s purportedly biggest robot has been constructed in a research centre near Zaragoza, Spain, with help of GH CRANES & COMPONENTS.
Engineers have used lasers to make a record-breaking industrial robot – with amazing levels of accuracy.
The robotic platform measures 20-metres long, six metres wide and five metres high and is mounted on a simple structure controlled by computers.
A laser track allows a continuous monitoring of the position of the robot.
Laser beams create 1,000 scans per second to achieve high levels of accuracy in the robot’s performances.