FANUC welding uses multiple robot arms to weld automotive parts
FANUC, an industry leader in welding robotics, has engineered FANUC welding equipment in the automotive industry for years. Not only do FANUC welders help construct automobiles on a production line, they also weld together separate automobile parts.
One FANUC welding system uses two FANUC M-20iAs as the positioners while two FANUC ARC Mate 100iC robots weld the piece. This FANUC welding system is used to weld loose brackets onto automobile exhaust systems. The positioners find and pick up loose brackets and the FANUC welding robots weld the brackets into place.
These FANUC welding robots have many advantages. The M-20iA’s are flexible enough to load parts onto the part assembly, while also positioning and coordinating the welding, improving the quality of the welds.
The ARC Mate 100iC FANUC welding robot produces high-quality welds, while also conducting the quality control and self-inspection of the parts using their vision capabilities.
The speed of this system enhances the productivity of the line by decreasing the cycle time between products. The FANUC welders also increase the quality of the welds, which improves the quality of the product.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator of FANUC welding robotics, has several FANUC welders available for purchase and customization. The highly-skilled staff at RobotWorx works with customers to design FANUC welding systems to suit all their application needs.
For more information about automating your welding system with FANUC welding robots, contact RobotWorx today online or at 740-251-4312.