Six-axis spraying robots have been used in the industrial community for years. These robots can perform several different tasks from paint to coating to waterjet applications, and cut down on materials wasted during these applications, as well as improving environmental conditions in facilities.
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – these are the three tenets of living an environmentally-friendly life. By integrating six-axis spraying robots into facilities, manufacturers are able to do all three of those things, decreasing the carbon footprint in the facility.
Coating and painting applications use six-axis spraying robots to apply paint or coatings to work pieces to keep them from corroding or to change the physical makeup of metallic surfaces. While these protective coverings are important, the way they are applied is also important. Manual applications of paint and other coatings can waste a lot of product, while also not coating the work piece evenly. Integration of these spraying six-axis robots reduces the amount of paint and coating materials needed in these applications
When looking at application that reuse and recycle materials, you need to look no farther than the six-axis spraying robotic systems that perform waterjet applications. In many cases, while performing water jet tasks, the water used will be reused by the robot, recycled from the water that has drained off the work piece.
So, while spraying robots with six axes save manufacturers’ time and money during production, they also save on wasted material, and they are helping the environment.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator of six-axis spraying robotic systems, has several of these systems available for your list of spraying applications. Our company will work with you to design the perfect system based on your specific spraying needs.