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Introduction of the collaborative robot

Features of the collaborative robot

  • Question Q. How does a collaborative robot differ from conventional industrial robots?


    “Conventional industrial robots work separately from human workers and require a safety barrier to be installed. Collaborative robots can work alongside humans without a barrier. As a result, production efficiency can be increased by splitting work for the highest efficiency. Moreover, the small form factor and light weight make them highly mobile. This is a big advantage for factories, which can deploy automation without significantly changing the layout of the manufacturing line.”

  • Question Q. Which industries can use collaborative robots?


    “Collaborative robots can be applied in a wide range of industries, such as the automobile, electronics, food, and medical supplies industries. What is your industry? Please contact marketing.robotics@doosan.com for queries about our collaborative robots.”

  • Question Q. Which processes can use collaborative robots?


    “Collaborative robots can be applied in a wide range of processes, such as part assembly, screw tightening, and quality inspection using vision systems. They can also be applied in pick-and-place, packing and palletizing, and polishing/deburring processes. What process are you using? Please contact marketing.robotics@doosan.com for queries about our collaborative robots.”

  • Question Q. What is direct teaching?


    “You can teach motion to a robot by moving the robot arms without the need for expert programming. That is why it is called direct teaching. Doosan’s robots have a built-in precision torque sensor in each of six axes to provide the best soft direct teaching in the industry.”

  • Question Q. What is collision detection?


    “A collaborative robot ensures the safety of the surrounding workers by immediately stopping when it detects a potential collision. Doosan’s robots have a built-in precision torque sensor in each of six axes to provide the best collision sensitivity level for safety in the industry.”

Doosan robots configuration

Standard configuration

Optional features

  • Question Q. What additional parts are available?


    “There are five optional enhancers that can improve the effects of Doosan’s robot solutions: direct control unit, mobile base, expandable case unit, and heavy duty model. You can check the details on our homepage.”

Features of Doosan’s robots


  • Question Q. How do Doosan’s robots perform differently?


    “The strength of a collaborative robot is that it can work with humans. Doosan’s robots can carry out not only simple auxiliary tasks but also collaborative duties with people. A robot that collaborates with people requires a very high level of robotic functionality. Doosan’s robots can exactly simulate the complex action patterns of workers. Doosan’s advanced robotic technologies, such as precise force control and adaptive control, make this possible. Moreover, Doosan has built a robust platform. We created our own robot language to run on the stable platform. We then developed a top-level control algorithm that maximizes robot functionality and allows it to be applied in various fields for the best performance.”


  • Question Q. How many models has Doosan launched?


    “Doosan has introduced an unprecedented four models simultaneously to provide solutions optimized to our customers’ production sites. We offer models ranging from a minimum of 6 kg to a maximum of 15 kg in payload and from 900 mm to 1,700 mm in operating radius. You can check the details on our homepage.”

Model name

  • Question Q. What do the model names mean?


    “M is the leading model name of Doosan’s collaborative robot lineup and represents the modular design. Doosan has introduced an unprecedented four models of the M series. Doosan will continue introducing more model names as it expands its product lineup. The two-digit number following M represents the payload, and 10 means that it can hold up to 10 kg. Doosan’s robots can hold a minimum of 6 kg to a maximum of 15 kg. The next two-digit number represents the operating radius, and 13 means 1,300 mm. Doosan’s robots can have an operating radius from 900 mm to 1,700 mm.”


  • Question Q. Are collaborative robots really safe?


    “Doosan’s robots have a built-in precision torque sensor in each of six axes for excellent collision detection. The sensors protect workers by detecting even minor collisions. Moreover, the unique functions of the Doosan robot, such as Virtual Fence and Safety Zone, can set additional cooperative zones to improve safety. Easy interface with other safety systems, such as laser scanners, also ensures safety. Doosan robots work best if the environment around the robot and the safety of peripheral devices are secured.”


  • Question Q. Are Doosan’s collaborative robots certified?


    “Doosan’s collaborative robots are KCS-certified, and our manufacturing plants have received ISO9001 international standard certification. The products are CE-certified in Europe and NRTL-certified in the US. Moreover, they are certified for Functional Safety, which is the most important certification for collaborative robots, and have the highest certification level in the industry.


  • Question Q. Are Doosan’s robots easy to use?


    “The excellent performance and functionality of Doosan robots allows even novices to use them easily. We studied the needs of users by visiting more than 200 sites and analyzing the work process of workers on even non-automated sites from the early stage of robot system development. As a result, Doosan introduced the intuitive and easy-to-use robot solution with maximized UX (user experience). The outstanding user-friendliness of Doosan’s robots was recognized by an award in the Interface & User Experience category at the prestigious Red Dot Design Awards in Germany.”

Purchase inquiry

Sale price

  • Question Q. How are the models priced?


    “Doosan’s business philosophy is to provide industry’s best-performing robots at the most affordable prices so that all customers can easily utilize the collaborative robotic solutions. Please contact marketing.robotics@doosan.com for more information on the prices of Doosan’s robots.”

Payment terms

Purchase method

Field application


  • Question Q. How do I install a robot system?


    “Doosan robots’ easy usability ensures the industry’s fastest installation. Please contact marketing.robotics@doosan.com for more information on the purchase and installation of Doosan’s robots.”

User education


Service request procedures

Warranty period

Product lifetime

  • Question Q. What is the expected lifetime of a collaborative robot?


    “Doosan’s robots are designed to have a maximum lifetime of 35,000 hours based on running time, i.e., up to four years, assuming they operate 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. This estimation is based on design, and the actual lifetime may differ according to the operating environment.”

Operating cost

  • Question Q. What is the annual average operating cost?


    “There are no operating costs beyond the cost of electricity. The electricity cost is estimated to be about 2,500 won, assuming operation 9 hours a day, 20 days a month and standard factory electricity charges (industrial power supply I, low voltage).”