Roth Technik integrates classic industrial robots and collaborative robots from all well-known manufacturers such as Fanuc, Stäubli, ABB and others.

Automation tasks can often be realised very leanly, economically, flexibly and reliably with robots and are therefore the ideal actuator technology for many tasks.


What kind of robots are there?

Robots come in a wide variety of designs and basic shapes. The three best-known basic types (kinematics) are: Articulated robots, Scara robots and Delta robots.

Articulated arm robot

Articulated robots are probably the best known and most widespread robots. They resemble a human arm and can move very small loads of several hundred grams to over 2,000 kg.

Scara Roboter

Scara robots are also serial kinematics. This means that one joint builds on the previous one. However, the arm is arranged horizontally and usually consists of 4 axes: X, Y, Z and rotation around Z. Scara robots show their strengths in fast, powerful pick and place applications. In addition, they require very little installation space and are simple to set up.

Delta Roboter

Delta robots are parallel kinematics, and thus the "exotic" among robot kinematics. They are designed for very high speeds and smaller payloads, and are often used for fast pick and place applications.


Robotics offers a growing variety of advantages. Robots can be used to automate many processes economically, flexibly, quickly and precisely. Robots can generally be divided into classic robots and collaborative robots, also called cobots.

Collaborative robotics

Collaborative robots are designed to work more directly with humans, i.e. to collaborate. The main feature is the lack of a safety fence. There are different modes of ensuring safety, such as safe distance and speed monitoring with safe sensors, safe force and power monitoring of the robot drives, and the hand-guide mode.

Collaborative robotics is still relatively new, and offers many advantages for certain processes. Depending on the mode, space can be saved because no protective fence is required, or the robot can work directly next to and with the worker, relieving him of monotonous work steps while the worker carries out work that requires human skills.

Classic robots

These are robots that, due to their safety technology, power, strength and speed, usually have to be fenced in such a way that contact with humans is excluded.

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