When you are looking for versatility, productivity, and heavy duty workhouses on your production line, look no further than the robots in the FANUC R-2000iA robot series. The robots in the R-2000iA series offer faster cycle times and increased throughput. Whether you have a need for automated welding, material handling, material removal, spot welding, assembly, machine loading, arc welding, part transfer, etc. these six-axis robots will handle the toughest of jobs and streamline your production.
When searching for the perfect robot for a wide variety of manufacturing and system processes, look no farther than the FANUC M-710iB series. The M-710iB robots in this series are electric servo- driven while also offering a large work envelope with minimal floor space requirements. The versatile installation allows for a wide variety of mounting such as floor, invert, wall, shelf and angle, all enabling unusual work-piece access.
If your production line is ready to increase throughput for your heavy duty material handling tasks, then consider integrating a robot from the FANUC M-900iB series. The six axis, electric servo-driven robots in this series were thoughtfully built to bring high speeds and large payload capacities. The FANUC M-900iB industrial robot series offers users the ability to automate many different material handling applications with the wide range of models that are available.
The rugged FANUC M-900iA robot series can tackle almost any job in the harshest of manufacturing environments. The robots are engineered for precision, high-speed/high payload operation, user-friendly setup, and maximum reliability.The M 900iA series is a six-axis, modular construction, electric servo-driven family of robots with a small footprint and reduced controller size to help save your floor space.
KUKA, an acronym for Keller und Knappich Augsburg, specializes in the manufacturing of industrial robots and automation solutions. A little history to better understand the meaning of the name. KUKA was founded in 1898, in Augsburg, Germany by Johann Josef Keller and Jacob Knappich.
FANUC is an acronym for ‘Factory Automation Numerical Control.’ It is one of the largest robotic companies on the globe. In 2014, it supplied the North and South Americas alone with the installation of over 240,000 robots. FANUC also develops controls and vision products that aid in the development and integration of automation.
Welding is a process where two materials are fused together through heating, intermixing, and then cooling the materials and/or a filler to form a strong join. From arc welding to spot welding, new and used welding robots are typically used in welding processes where the weld required is repetitive and quality and speed are crucial. Robotic welding is an automated process that increases efficiency, consistency, and your ROI.
A robot weld is an effective way to join metal together. Robots are extremely reliable and efficient at repetitive welding tasks. A robot weld results in a higher quality weld by eliminating variables that disrupt the weld quality. Robotic welding is a way to increase profits and reduce costs associated with manufacturing products.
Welding titanium is still considered an uncommon process because titanium applications are only used for specialized niches where its unique properties make it the preferred selection when considering the lifetime cost of the structure. But with a proper understanding of the requirements and adaptation of equipment and techniques, welding-titanium becomes feasible and rewarding.
Nickel and Cobalt Alloys:Nickel and Cobalt base alloys are two heat-resisting welding materials that are often grouped together because they are used for similar purposes. From heat resistance to corrosion resistance, Nickel and Cobalt base alloys, also known as the super-alloys, are the most important of the heat-resisting class.