Cartesian robots (also called linear robots) are industrial robots whose 3 axes are linearly controlled and positioned at right angles to each other. They work to move the three sliding joints, up-down, in-out, and back and forth. In addition to other advantages, this mechanical arrangement simplifies the control of the robotic arm. The Cartesian robot, specially developed for medium-weight loads that require repeated stacking, increases productivity by saving labor and reducing damage caused by improper stacking. The machine is also used in 3-4-5 axis applications. Cartesian robots save valuable floor space because they work in the “work area”, unlike articulated robots that need their own coverage areas.