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Capture and recreate exact movement -  No code needed!

Programming robots is a time and money consuming activity which requires expertise. With Nordbo Robotics’ Mimic Kit for UR, companies can record and automate difficult tasks with little to none programming experience. 

Simply use the Mimic Kit to record, transfer and replicate complex human movements.

Automate craftsmanship

Never has it been easier to automate complex tasks. Let operators with no programming experience teach robots their unique skills.

Reduce variability

Record your most skilled employee and ensure a high uniform output for every product in every batch!

Plug & play

With the Mimic kit for Universal Robots you get everything you need to get started operating in minutes.

What's in the box?

In the Mimic kit you get everything needed to start operating your robot. This includes:

  • Controller
  •  Power supply
  • Receiver antenna
  • Transmitter antenna
  • Joystick with 4 buttons
  • Workspace calibration kit
  • Mounting bolts & cables
  • URCap and PC real-time view

High precision

Path manipulation

6-dimensional tracking of position and orientation

No line of sight needed

Plug & play

Try it out!

Are you unsure about the capabilities of Mimic? Try it out for yourself! Contact us to hear more about the possibilities to try our Mimic demo kit for Universal Robots.

With Mimic Technology
we are giving robots a sense of motion!

This technology is a framework for programming by demonstration (PbD). In other words, you make the robot perform a specific task simply by demonstrating how to perform that task, allowing anyone on the floor to program a robot.

The Mimic technology is essential for manufacturing if robots need to change tasks frequently and skilled robot programmers are not an in-house resource. The Mimic is also a beneficial tool if the given task is too difficult to program using classical methods, which often is the case for a lot of processing tasks such as grinding, buffing, welding, and painting.

The Mimic Software needs sensors to record user actions such as motion and forces. Depending on the task we use different sensor combinations to record these actions — this could be a pose tracker and a force sensor, or the robot itself.