KUKA touts that their painting robots are “exact, error-free and have the utmost accuracy.” That may just be the cause for this brand of robotic painter.
When KUKA robotic painters perform a painting application, they are really treating the material to improve its properties. Paint is used by manufacturers to either protect the integrity of the part from corrosion or the elements or as an aesthetic choice. Sometimes it is both reasons.
For a piece of merchandise to sell, the paint job has to be nearly flawless. KUKA robot painters and their programmers know this. According to the KUKA website, their painters have sensitive fine-motor functions, making KUKA painting robots almost predestined for the task.
These robotic KUKA painters work with precision and high-repeatability to produce a product that has no visible irregularities. They can even do a quality inspection, without having to set down the parts in between their various operations.
Kuka states that this allows their robotic painters to continue the rapid flow of materials down the production line. While this does protect the manufacturers’ bottom line and speed up the process, it also keeps workers away from the noxious fumes that are given off during painting, raising the health level in the work environment.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator for KUKA robotics, carries several KUKA robotic painter models. We have several new and refurbished robotic painters for you to choose from. Each one comes with a one-year warranty and training for up to three staff members in our Marion, Ohio facility.
If you would like to learn more about KUKA robotic painting, contact RobotWorx today online or at 740-251-4312.