IBM 7535 and 7540

Manufacturing Systems


IBM 7535 and 7540

IBM 7535 and 7540 Manufacturing Systems

IBM 7535 and 7540 Manufacturing Systems
The IBM 7540 Manufacturing System (on table at right), announced in 1983, was programmable, fast and accurate, making it a versatile productivity tool for manufacturers handling payloads up to 55 pounds. Using an IBM Personal Computer (shown at far left), manufacturing engineers could quickly and easily create application programs with AML/Entry Version 2, IBM's robotic programming language. An enhancement package for the IBM 7535 Manufacturing System (on table at left) provided it with the same advanced programming functions as the IBM 7540, including data communications, programmable speed and linear interpolation for payloads up to 13 pounds.


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