When you're looking for a heavy lifter, the R-2000iB/185L from FANUC is the way to go. The heavy-duty power of the R2000iB/185L is able to handle a vast array of high payload applications. With a large work envelope and an extended reach, this productive robot is able to provide manufacturers with the flexibility they require to stay on top of the production game in their market.

The R-2000iB/185L has an R-30iB controller, one of FANUC's newest controllers that is stackable and equipped with the iPendant Touch for further improved interface. The R-30iB improves on energy savings over previous FANUC controller models, which saves manufacturers money on energy costs, and it is also able to fit under existing structures, like conveyors or robot shelving, to conserve floor space in a shop.

Another feature that adds to the versatility of the R 2000iB/185 L is the modular cabling units. These units are designed to be easy to replace and upgrade, which helps improve features like servo gripping and visual control. Along with this feature, FANUC offers a variety of accessories and features for the R2000iB/185L. iRVision functions are getting better and better as the years go on, and with Force Control, programmers can easily set the robot to a specific path during its operation.

If you're looking for a heavy-duty lifter, the R-2000iB/185L from FANUC is a great choice.

For more information about the FANUC R-2000iB/185L, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.
For more information about the FANUC R-2000iB/185L, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.

Robot Information

Robot Specifications

Axes: 6
Payload: 185.00kg
H-Reach: 3060.00mm
Repeatability: ±0.3000mm
Robot Mass: 1290.00kg
Structure: Articulated
Mounting: Floor

Robot Motion Speed

J1 95 °/s (1.66 rad/s)
J2 85 °/s (1.48 rad/s)
J3 88 °/s (1.54 rad/s)
J4 120 °/s (2.09 rad/s)
J5 120 °/s (2.09 rad/s)
J6 190 °/s (3.32 rad/s)

Robot Motion Range

J1 ±360°
J2 ±136°
J3 ±346°
J4 ±720°
J5 ±250°
J6 ±720°


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