Linear Robot (also known as cartesian robot) is an industrial 3 degree of freedom robot whose three principal axes of control are linear and are at right angles to each other. The three sliding joints correspond to moving the joints up-down, in-out, back-forth. Among other advantages, this mechanical arrangement simplifies and more economical compared to the Robot control arm solution. It has high reliability and precision when operating in three-dimensional space. As a robot coordinate system, it is also effective for horizontal travel and for manipulating items in its workstation specifically on pick and place tasks.