Mount your Cobot onto this Patented Tilting and Height Adjustable Table, our CoBase™.

Maximize your Cobot’s efficiency and ergonomics, changing its height and angle with the touch of a button! Why limit such a safe, intelligent, and helpful collaborative robot to a static position, height, and usability? With this table, workers of different heights can still use the same robot safely and ergonomically. Imagine how much more it could be used in your company if it could be raised, lowered, and tilted!

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Fully compatible with Universal Robots (pictured) or your choice of Cobot.

These E4H Tilt Cobot Series CoBase™ Tables come standard with the following impressive features:

  • Soft Touch Button with Presets for Lift and Tilt
  • Heavy duty 3″ x 7 Gage Welded Square Tube Steel
  • 12″ Stroke Lift Height
  • 2200lbs Lift Capacity Standard
  • Powder Coat Wheel Grey Standard (Optional custom colors)
  • Heavy Duty Casters
  • Fork Lift Tubes
  • Dual 120 VAC Outlet
  • Power Cord Wrap
  • Soft Touch Button with Presets for Lift and Tilt
  • Shipped Assembled and Ready to Use!


Options include but not limited to:

      • Extra Heavy Duty Linear Actuators
      • Electrical Box Mounts
      • Fork Lift Tubes
      • Table Tops
        • Specific tabletop bolt hole patterns for any cobot
        •     Aluminum
        •     Steel
        •     Blanchard Ground Steel
        •     Maple Block
        •     Laminated
        •     ESD Laminated for Anti Static Applications

Adjust the angle and height of your Cobot to take full advantage of its capabilities.

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New to “Cobots?”

Professors Edward Colgate and Michael Peshkin of Northwestern University are the brains behind the idea of “cobots,” a broad class of collaborative robots. Check out our Cobot article here! “Collaborative robots (also called co-bots) are designed to work alongside human workers, assisting them with a variety of tasks. Because co-bots are affordable, highly adaptable, and almost plug-and-play, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are eager to adopt this technology, and some analysts (myself included) expect this segment will see massive growth in the next few years. “There are many reasons for the emergence of collaborative robots: companies are using them because they can be placed alongside humans in small-spaced electronics assembly lines, because they are affordable and easily trainable, and because they are flexible to handle short runs, repetitive and boring jobs, and ergonomically challenging tasks.” (1.) Frank Tobe 1. Tobe, F. (2015, December 30). Why Co-Bots Will Be a Huge Innovation and Growth Driver for Robotics Industry. Retrieved September 5, 2017, from

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