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  • Dobot E6

Dobot E6

The DOBOT Magician E6 is a compact and highly versatile 6-axis collaborative robot (cobot) designed specifically for educational and scientific research applications. Its industrial-grade performance provides a robust foundation for learning and conducting experiments, and it can be used with a wide range of accessories originally intended for industrial use, allowing users to explore various automation scenarios with precision.

Safety is a top priority for the Magician E6, as it features a streamlined body design and collision detection technology, ensuring safe operation during experiments and learning activities. An intuitive light indicator ring provides easy monitoring of the robot's operating status, enhancing the user experience.


Thanks to its compact and lightweight design, the Magician E6 can be easily installed on a desk, making it an ideal fit for classroom or research environments. The built-in control box simplifies external wiring, enabling a straightforward plug-and-play setup.


One standout feature of the Magician E6 is its proprietary trajectory replay technology, which eliminates the need for extensive coding. Users can take advantage of the drag-to-teach programming feature, simplifying the robot's operation. It offers multiple programming options, including a graphical interface for intuitive control, graphical block programming similar to Scratch, scripting using programming languages like LUA, and compatibility with various APIs such as C, C#, Python, Kotlin, and more. This wide range of programming options makes the robot accessible to users of all skill levels, promoting effective learning and mastery of robotics concepts.


With its comprehensive features and educational resources, the Magician E6 opens up exciting possibilities in robotics education. It serves as an ideal platform for exploring areas like artificial intelligence, smart manufacturing, and other fields of study, providing immersive learning experiences and fostering innovation in education and research settings.

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