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There is nothing better than a robot that is able to bring speed and efficiency to your production line. That is why the arc welding robot line from ABB Robotics is one of the most attractive purchasing on the robotic welding market today. An ABB arc welding robot has a level of speed that is unmatched by its human counterparts, and it is able to work efficiently, to save the company money.

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Motoman Robotics has been producing effective arc welding robots for many years, and many of these robots are able to last upwards of 10-20 years, as long as the manufacturer ensures the robot is properly maintained. Motoman arc welding robots are some of the most efficient robots on the welding robot market today. Their reach and versatility allows them to weld in places many other robots cannot.

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While TIG welding is one of the most accurate robotic welding processes on the market today, there is always room for innovation, right? That is what ABB Robotics probably thought, because they have developed a form of TIG welding called TIP-TIG welding, a process that uses new, patent-pending technology, while still being user-friendly.

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ABB Robotics has been developing industrial automation for over forty years, and during that time, they have always kept the safety of the workers in mind. That is why ABB offers an extensive range of JOKAB safety products to pair with their robots that ensure the safety of workers, while also not impeding on the robotic process and performance. ABB JOKAB Safety offers safety products that are a practical, while also saving you money through energy savings.

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Cutting and welding are two of the most common applications on the industrial market today. Manufacturers all over the world have turned to robots to perform these two processes, and some have even installed full welding cells to complete the process. ABB Robotics has developed two pre-fabricated cells for cutting and welding – the FlexCutLaser cell and the FlexWeldLaser cell.

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Part transfer is one of those processes that is necessary in almost every form of manufacturing, but it can also be the most boring and tedious. It is literally transferring a part from one place to another. That is why robots, like those built by Motoman Robotics, are now stepping in to take over these laborious jobs. With a Motoman part transfer robot, your company will be able to enhance your part transfer process, while also improving the skills of your workers.

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There are many robots that have a lot of complicated parts, but not nearly as many as cleanroom robots, like those built by KUKA Robotics. Cleanroom robots operate in places like scientific labs, pharmaceutical facilities and electronics assembly factories where it is highly important that there is little to no dirt, grime or contamination on or in the product.

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Cleanroom robots were developed to work in environments that had to be controlled and cleaned to ensure only a certain level of particles could be in the air at any time. FANUC had developed an entire line of cleanroom robots with different reaches and payload capabilities to fit almost any application a lab or other cleanroom facility may want to throw at it. But, how clean is clean for a FANUC cleanroom robotic system? According to Robotics.

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For more than two decades, ABB Robotics has been designing part transfer robots that are able to perform a variety of tasks. One of those tasks is to deal with one of the most dangerous part transfer applications for human workers, press tending. ABB part transfer robots offer manufacturers a safer, more cost effective part transfer application every time. Press tending has been one of the most dangerous part transfer applications for humans in history, as mentioned above.

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One of the most important things to consider when planning out your robotic welding system is reach. Sometimes, you need a welding robot that has a longer reach, and this requires a special robot model, like the Motoman MA3120. The Motoman MA 3120 has the longest robot arm on the market today that is designed specifically for welding. According to Motoman, this robot reduces the need for welding tracks for robots to move on across to floor.

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