Currently there are two generations of Opentrons robots. We have recently released the OT-S version of our robot which run 2x faster than our original models!
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OT Standard
   Default speed: {"x": 3000,  "y": 3000,  "z": 1600, "a": 300, "b": 300}
   Max speed: {"x": 6000,  "y": 6000,  "z": 2000, "a": 500, "b": 500}

OT Pro
   Default speed: {"x": 3000,  "y": 3000,  "z": 1600, "a": 300, "b": 300}
   Max speed: {"x": 6000,  "y": 6000,  "z": 2000, "a": 500, "b": 500}

OT Hood
   Default speed: {"x": 3000,  "y": 3000,  "z": 1600, "a": 300, "b": 300}
   Max speed: {"x": 6000,  "y": 6000,  "z": 2000, "a": 500, "b": 500}
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OT Standard S
   Default speed: {"x": 12000, "y": 12000, "z": 3000, "a": 700, "b": 700}
   Max speed: {"x": 20000,  "y": 20000,  "z": 6000, "a": 1200, "b": 1200}

OT Pro S
   Default speed: {"x": 12000, "y": 12000, "z": 3000, "a": 700, "b": 700}
   Max speed: {"x": 20000,  "y": 20000,  "z": 6000, "a": 1200, "b": 1200}

OT Hood S
   Default speed: {"x": 12000, "y": 12000, "z": 3000, "a": 700, "b": 700}
   Max speed: {"x": 20000,  "y": 20000,  "z": 6000, "a": 1200, "b": 1200}

* Setting the robot to maximum speed may result in compromised performance

How to change your robot's speed

Insert the line of script below and adjust the speed accordingly.

The speed command should be placed in the beginning of your protocol. If your x & Y axis speeds are the same you can group them together as demonstrated below.

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