ABB Robotics goes back to the basics with a new Universal Small Cell (USC). This simplified robot workcell is designed to be cost-effective, space-efficient, and incredibly versatile.
What makes this robotic system so universal? It provides a flexible structure that can accommodate a multitude of applications, including assembly, welding, material removal and cutting.
This standard workcell has a box-like frame with a mounting base. Extremely modular in its construction, the Universal Small Cell can be used alone or attached to other cells. The USC's compact footprint allows it to be placed anywhere and moved easily. Two interlock doors provide access to the interior of the cell.
ABB Robotics' streamlined cell can be built around either an IRB 1400, IRB 1600, or IRB 2400 robot model. It is designed with a two station, 180" manually operated indexing positioner table. This particular positioner setup shortens cycle times and increases throughput.
For more information about this and other new ABB developments, contact RobotWorx at 740-251-4312.