Robotic welding is an automated process that increases efficiency, consistency, and your ROI. Used MAG welding robots are the perfect contender for welding processes where the quality and speed of the repetitive weld are crucial. Metal Active Gas (MAG) automated Welding is similar to MIG welding, yet differs in the type of shielding gas used. They are both sub types of welding method classified as GMAS (gas metal arc welding).
The ABB IRB 7600 is a work horse and ready to take on any heavy duty job between 150 - 500 kg (up to 630 kg with “wrist down”), depending on the model. It excels at handling tough tasks as it has high available torque and inertia capability, a robust and rigid design, and powerful acceleration. This powerful acceleration results in shorter cycle times due to its motion control, unique to ABB.
Strength, Speed, Compact Design, Versatility:The Motoman UP6 can perform in nearly any context and offers the ability to switch between any automation project. It provides amazing strength, speed, and versatility, as it conquers a variety of applications from welding, material removal, to material handling. The overall productivity of your automation line will be increased as collision avoidance is provided, enabling two or three robots to work in conjunction with each other.
The Motoman UP 20-6 XRC is a high-speed robot that has 6-axes to help with dynamic acceleration. These speeds help to reduce your cycle times, ultimately saving your company money. Additionally, it is streamlined with a small footprint, saving your space on your production line! This compact design allows for close placement to the work piece holding fixture for improved part accessibility.
There is no doubt that any purchase of a Motoman robot will save your company money, time, and enhance your product value. Yasakawa Motoman spends a great deal of time thoughtfully designing a variety of robots to best suit the needs of various applications. This is especially the case with Motoman’s UP165.
The Motoman UP130 is a high-speed, robust robot that includes advanced Sigma motors to help provide a powerful, slim design. This 6-axis robot provides unmatched flexibility through the combination of a heavy-duty body and Motoman's multiple robot controller.This arrangement makes the UP130 perfectly suited for a variety of applications and sets the standard for versatility.
There is no denying that an integration of any Motoman robot will save you time and money.
KUKA brings to you its very first industrial, sensitive, lightweight robot; the LBR iiwa. “LBR” stands for “Leichtbauroboter,” which is German for lightweight robot. The LBR iiwa is made of aluminium which affords it a huge weight savings. The "iiwa” stands for “intelligent industrial work assistant" as it truly becomes a colleague and third human hand.
Yaskawa Motoman recently introduced the prototype of the first collaborative robot, the Human Collaborative 10 (HC10), to be available to the entire world!Typically, industrial robots are placed behind curtains, fencing, or other barriers as they move with a lot of power and force that could injure a human worker. However, robotics manufacturers, such as FANUC, Motoman, KUKA, and ABB, are realizing the advantage of collaborative robots for certain applications and industries.
The FANUC M-900iA/400L is a long reach, heavy duty robot that can tackle large parts very easily with the robust wrist, rugged arm, and high inertia mode software. It is a floor mounted robot, ideal for heavy material handling applications as it can handle up to 400kg! The M-900iA/400L is designed to be robust and rugged, which minimizes spare part requirements, helps to reduce down time, and also increases the average time between failure.