400 kg (880 lbs)

The Vector 400E robotic glass lifter comes with powered rotation which allows glaziers to unload, transport and install large plates of glass with extreme precision and greater safety.

  • Lifting capacity up to 400kg (880lbs)
  • Light weight machine at 750kg with counterweights
  • Four adjustable 300mm (12”) vacuum cups
  • Four cups can be arranged in an H configuration or in a straight line
  • Dual pump vacuum system
  • Self-propelled
  • Precision adjustment for glazing
  • Glazes overhead
  • Lays glass from racks onto bench tops
  • Narrow foot print & highly maneuverable
  • Large front wheels for on-site work
  • 24V electrical system
  • Pivots glass to side for transport through doors
  • Variable Speed Dial
  • Wired remote control for 5 degrees of movement:
    Lift, Extension, Tilt, Side shift and Rotation
  • Side pivot is manual operation

Can also handle:

  • Composite panels
  • Steel
  • Granite/Marble
  • Plastics
  • Wood doors
  • Rearward tilting bracket to allow rotation of large windows inside restricted spaces (e.g. high rise buildings)
  • Vacuum cups and modified frame to lift curved glass
  • Foam Vacuum Pads for Stone
  • Purpose built trailer


Capacity: 400kg
Hydraulic System: N/A
280mm 800W Drive Wheel
Battery: 2x 12v / 80AH
Charger: 110 - 240v
Vacuum Pumps: 2 x 24V, 40 lit/min
Vacuum Cups: 4 x 300mm sprung
Vac Cup Area Height: 1200mm
Vac Cup Area Width: 1850mm
No-Load Lifting: 18mm/s
No-Load Climbing: 5% Gradient
SIDE SHIFT - 100 mm
Machine Weight: 628 kg, Counterweights: 320 kg


Kym Wilson
Kym WilsonBayview Glazing QLD AUSTRALIA
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Just a quick note to say what a great piece of equipment. As I am a glazier that has a buggered back and now confined to the shiny seat in the office I reckon if the Nomad was around 25 years ago I would still be glazing commercial. We have just done our first two reglazes both 12.38 laminate 2400 x 3400 aprox 1000 off the ground in a local shop front. Last time it took 3hrs and 6 men to reglaze 1 panel only including scaffold and back pain. This time 4 people and the Nomad, no scaffold and 2 panels took 1 hour including loading the old 12.38 lam on the truck!!!!!! Possibly could have used 3 people but being the first time, are to be sure to be sure! Instant success and the knockers are now believers!! We set a frame approx 2 mtrs square up in the factory and used a piece of 8.38 lam for practice and used 6 people to glaze the panel two times each as a training session before tackling possibly the biggest reglazes in town. Thanks for the prompt service and I will recommend this machine and your business anywhere anytime. Regards extremely happy” Kym Wilson