FANUC P Robot Series

FANUC P Robot Series

FANUC P-145

The FANUC P-145 is an easily-maintained, high performance painting robot. Fast acceleration and high-speed axes allow for minimized cycle times and reduced costs. This six-axis robot is able to perform in a wide variety of environments and is ideal for automotive parts and watercraft painting and sealing.

The FANUC P145 painting robot features a large payload capacity and a purge system that is approved for operation in hazardous environments. Designed to decrease the cycle time, the P-145 offers high acceleration and a hollow wrist with through-arm hose routing. Maintenance requirements are reduced by the use of a integral drive component with sealed lubrication.

The tool tip speed of the FANUC P 145 painting robot is 1500 mm/sec. Advanced motion software provides a constant tip speed that improves the uniformity and appearance of the paint finish.

The FANUC P-145 robot can use any of the following FANUC controllers for its system -- The RJ2, RJ3, or the RJ3iB .

For more information, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312

Robot Specifications

Axes:
6
Payload:
7kg
H-Reach:
2542mm
Repeatability:
±0.5mm
Robot Mass:
500kg
Structure:
Articulated
Mounting:
Floor

Robot Motion Speed

J1
103 °/s (1.8 rad/s)
J2
140 °/s (2.44 rad/s)
J3
125 °/s (2.18 rad/s)
J4
395 °/s (6.89 rad/s)
J5
545 °/s (9.51 rad/s)
J6
666 °/s (11.62 rad/s)

Robot Motion Range

J1
±195°
J2
±140°
J3
±120°
J4
±540°
J5
±540°
J6
±540°

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