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Meet Eva:
The simple and
flexible robot arm

With Eva’s ease-of-use, compact size and 6 degrees of freedom, it’s the perfect robot for small operations

Robot Eva arm

Small Eva. Light Eva.

Eva is a lightweight, versatile robot arm suitable for a number of different applications. Due to its small footprint, it can operate on a workbench just as well as alongside an existing operations line, assay or cell, offering you ultimate flexibility.

Sideview of Eva robot

Which applications can Eva automate?

Eva is able to automate a number of lightweight (<1.25kg) pick and place applications, allowing teams to remove bottlenecks, optimise workflows and run additional operational shifts without increasing costs. It’s best suited for highly repetitive processes.

Eva isn’t suitable for you if you need it to:

  • Move parts weighing over 1.25kg
  • Weld, screw, drill, unpackage foods or any other applications requiring high temperature/high humidity operating environments

Technical specifications

Eva provides 24V industrial logic: digital and analog inputs and outputs, totalling 32 pins. The robot is designed in accordance with international standards for industrial machinery. No control boxes and no pendants. Just a unified system you can install almost anywhere.

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Quick Facts







Degrees of freedom






Connectivity and set-up

You can use Choreograph, Eva’s powerful built-in visual editor that runs on any browser-based device (such a laptop, smartphone or tablet), or the REST API and Python SDK for advanced use cases and integrations.

Choreograph gives you the same level of control over Eva as you would get from a teaching pendant or external control box, all without the added need for a fixed external device – including allowing you to control the robot remotely.

Testing with Eva

The lightweight robot can be set up over WiFi, ethernet and access point, and its small footprint (160mm x 160mm) allows you to set the robot up with 4 M6 screws or bolts for painless and rapid changeovers.

Eva and safety

Conducting a risk assessment is still critical for cobots.

As part of a new generation of lighter and safer robots, Eva is less dangerous to those working alongside it, but should still be considered a piece of industrial machinery and treated accordingly.

Lab with automation

Conducting a risk assessment is the first step in identifying risks that may arise during operation, as well as hazards associated with the deployment of the robot and regular maintenance.


Eva is compatible with a range of other technologies, making it suitable for advanced and complex applications.

  • Smart cameras for dynamic positioning
  • PLCs or Raspberry Pi for use in controlling multiple robots or integration with a conveyor belts
  • Supply chain management tools
  • Software such as Labview
Testing Eva in lab

The ability to program Eva via either Choreograph (the browser-based application) or the robust API (and Python SDK) means that the robot can be connected to a wide range of devices.

Our case studies

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