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Lightweight Robots Still Carry a Powerful Punch
Lightweight robots are able to add incredible amounts of productivity with their versatile mountings and wide work envelopes. For instance, the Motoman DX1350N can help part finishing applications with their fast speeds and ability to manipulate a variety of part types.
Understanding Torch Mounts
Understanding your torch mount and what provides optimal results is important to increase overall throughput and quality on the welding production line. This article will discuss everything you need to know about the different torch mounts, how to best evaluate, and then move forward.
The Fanuc M-10iA/10MS Robot
The Fanuc M-10iA/10MS robot brings amazing versatility to the production line. The M-10iA/10Ms is a cost effective robot that can bring speed and accuracy to the manufacturing line. This robot can be used as a welder for one run or a painter for the next run, enabling it to accomplish a wide range of jobs at different times! Contact Robots.com experts today to start your integration of the Fanuc M-10iA/10MS.
The Motoman XRC Teach Pendant
The Motoman XRC teach pendant offers the next step for robot technology. It can control up to 27 axes and is designed for the UP series of robots.
Air-Cooled Versus Water-Cooled Torches
Here we look at the differences between a water-cooled and air-cooled welding torch. Understanding what each is and the benefits it could offer will provide you with a higher quality product and more productive line.
The Benefits of TOP TIG Welding
TOP-TIG welding is a user friendly, advanced innovation (a branch of TIG welding) that uses new technology to deliver the highest possible energy with the lowest possible heat. TOP TIG welding brings faster speeds and optimal quality welds. If you are interested in automating your production line with TOP TIG welding, contact Robots.com experts today.
The Heavy-Duty and Compact R2000iA/210F Tackles a Variety of Applications
The Fanuc R-2000iA/210F has an industry leading payload capacity, tackling up to 210 kg and bringing a long reach of 2650 mm. The R-2000iA/210F is a versatile robot, used for a variety of applications such as spot welding, part transfer, material removal, and dispensing. It has a single sided lower arm that allows it to "flip over" and work behind itself, further improving the work envelope. Contact Robots.com today if interested in the integration of R-2000iA/210F.
Clean, High Quality Welds with Fanuc Used TIG Welding Robots
Purchasing a used Fanuc TIG welding robot for your manufacturing line will help to increase the productivity on your manufacturing line at a more affordable price. Because TIG welding is one of the most popular robotic welding applications, there are a wide range of used TIG welding robots available on the market. In general, a TIG welding robot cuts down on the amount of gases that are necessary for the welding of different metals. A used TIG welder can also weld more metals than any other welder or welding process on the market.
Table Top Robots Solve Floor Space Issues
To help save work space, you may want to consider a table top robot. Table top robots can perform a variety of application all the while providing a reduced footprint and weight.
Industrial Robot Specifications
Before purchasing just any industrial robot, it is important to pay attention to the size, payload capacity, repeatability, reach, and other robot specifications that you may need for your industrial automated process.
Medical Manufacturing Automation
The medical industry is using robots for surgical applications and medical-device manufacturing, and also within pharmaceutical and hospital settings. The manufacturers really like the flexibility that robots offer during continuously changing operations while also tackling the rapid pace of new product development.
TIG Welding Robots Boost Speed and Quality
Of the many different types of welding automations available, TIG welding is one of the most popular. TIG welding is protected in an inert gas environment and uses an electric arc between a tungsten electrode and the metal being welded. There are a variety of TIG welding robots available with the major manufacturers such as Fanuc, KUKA, and Motoman.