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The FANUC R2000iA/165R is a six-axis, high performance, rack-mount robot ideal for shelf installations. It works from an elevated position to enable it to reach a lower level. It is suitable for a wide range of applications such as spot welding, general assembly, palletizing, loading and unloading of parts, material handling, and pick and place.The R-2000iA/165R’s outstanding mechanical features offer a generous payload capacity at 165kg and an extended reach at 3095mm.

Robotic welders take the cake when it comes to reliability and efficiency for repetitive welding tasks. They also offer a direct route to an increase in profits and reduction in costs when manufacturing products for a range of processes such as arc  welding, MIG  welding, TIG  welding, laser welding and spot  welding.RobotWorx has extensive experience in working with welding robots and specializes in creating affordable welding systems.

Pipe welding uses heat to join multiple sections of pipes together in order to create a single piece of metal.  It requires finesse and flexibility as it deals with different pipe dimensions, materials, and fittings that all call for different welding applications, torch angles, etc.  Radial friction welding is a common method for pipe welding. It uses rotation and radial compression of a solid beveled ring into a V-preparation provided by the pipe ends.

What is arc welding?Arc welding fuses parts permanently together by using a power supply to generate an electric arc between an electrode mounted in a torch and a metal. This arc is an electric current flowing between two electrodes through an ionized column of gas is able to produce a heat intense enough to melt the metal. The heat is produced through a negatively charged cathode and a positively charged anode.

Welding automation is the most popular robot application at RobotWorx. Countless customers have experienced the increase in speed, quality, and reduction in errors after purchasing a robotic welder.  At RobotWorx, we are proud to offer a wide selection of robotic welders and necessary supplies to produce optimal results for your automation needs.  When choosing a robotic system, power sources are indispensable and should be a primary focus when shopping.

When manufacturers begin shopping for a versatile robot, they want to be certain their investment will increase assembly speed, accuracy, and repeatability all while producing a superior product.  More often than not, these specific requests lead companies directly to the FANUC R-2000iA/165F.  It is one of our most popular robots and the perfect solution for anyone beginning the transition to automation.

The existing mining refueling process faces many challenges and risks to workers on a daily basis.  The trucks spend a lot of time driving to manual, supervised refueling stations. This is a tedious, timely task that must be overseen on-site and ultimately causes lost production abilities as fuel farms are often located off circuit, outside the mine site.

3D systems today are performing tasks that just a few years ago were beyond the ability of computer-based automation. Machine 3D vision systems are now advancing at lightning speeds and are ahead of the curve when it comes to further enabling robots.  In less than a decade, experts in the machine vision field predict that 3D vision will be standard equipment on robots across all fields and applications.

Robots are becoming even more capable with the integration of 3D-Vision to further improve speed, object recognition, and accuracy. Motoman Robotics answered to industry's 3D vision demands with the MotoSight 3D CortexVision. It is an easy-to-integrate, comprehensive, and powerful vision system that simplifies the use of 3D vision in robotic guidance applications.

Man has always assembled tools and other items. Now, assembly robots are joining in also.Reaching back into history as far as the Cro-Magnon Man, human beings have been constructing tools for use in their everyday lives. Once man moved out of caves and into structures and cities, manufacturers started to pop up in the form of craftsmen like wood workers, cobblers and tailors.

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