Kuka Robots


Since a while, i though about what i could print to impress my coworkers at my dayjob. As i work at a industrial robot manufacturer, i thought i could print some industrial robots, and so i did.

I got the 3D models from the official webpage, converted them to stl, cut and modified them so they get printable.The model is about 5x5cm for the base and about 20cm high if the arm is full upright. All joints are moveable, with the exemption of axis 6 which i completly omitted in the model.

The actual model you can see below is a KR180 robot, a robot which is able to move 180kg with 2m/s in real live, so a pretty big thing.

And if you look at the bottom side of the models, it doesnt spell "made in china", no,  it boost the logo of our shop www.2printbeta.de.

You can find the full models on thinigverse as thing 4575.