Eva puts automation into your hands.
It takes care of repetitive tasks, empowering humans to solve problems.
Whether you’re on a production line or in a lab, you can set it up in minutes without any special equipment or expertise.
Get your own portable robot for £4,990
Eva weighs just 9.5kg, can be set up in 15 minutes and is virtually hazard free, even at high speeds. No control boxes. No pendants.
- Enclosure: IP20
- Baseplate fixings: 4x M6 Screws or Bolts
- Footprint: 160mm x 160mm
Eva connects to your network or device through ethernet or wifi, talks to electronic tools with 24 V industrial logic and responds to REST API calls.Download Spec Sheet
Eva learns from example, and communicates through your web browser.
Choreograph is inspired by animation software. It doesn’t rely on complex logic trees and you don’t need any programming knowledge to use it.Download Spec Sheet
Eva comfortably takes on the same work as its industrial peers.
- Speed: 750 mm/s (joint speed of 120°/s)
- Reach: 600 mm
- Payload: 1.25 kg
- Repeatability: ± 0.5 mm
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Designed in accordance with international standards for industrial robots.
A unified system you can install almost anywhere. No control boxes. No pendants.
Our customers want peace of mind. We help by offering hands-on technical support and a robust warranty.
We want Automata and our customers to grow and succeed together. Get in touch to learn more.
How is this possible?
01We designed our own gearbox and powertrain
02We thought of humans first, and technology second
03We attacked the stack - from software to manufacturing
04We seized every opportunity for rapid prototyping
In the box
- Eva - Your portable, six axis robotic arm
- A mains power supply
- An emergency stop button
- Your user manual
- A brake release lever
Start automating with Eva and the right end effector. Give your integrator the ISO 9409-1 designation 40-4-M6, or contact us for help with tooling. We partner with Schunk to offer gripping and clamping solutions.
To prepare your work area for Eva, create four M6 holes in a 132 x 132 mm square.