Requirements for welding are constantly increasing and one of the solutions allowing for high quality and high repeatability of the process is robotised welding. The use of industrial robots allows high flexibility of spot and arc welding process.
The use of an industrial robot together with specialized welding equipment achieves a high degree of automation of the welding process. Some of the benefits of automating this process are increasing the quality of the welding seam and productivity and improving efficiency.
The robotized welding cell is a ready set system consisting of an industrial robot, specialized welding equipment, peripherals and safety devices. The cell is a pre-designed and pre-integrated which allows the welding process to start immediately after the mechanical positioning of the cell.
There are different variants for implementation of a welding cell and choosing the right configuration for a specific application is essential for achieving efficiency and faster ROI.
The welding process is performed on a pre-programmed trajectory, which is set by the operator. The operator prepares the parts for welding and provides constant supervision of the system.
FANUC AM 100iC/8L
- Max. reach: 2028mm
- Max. load capacity at wrist: 8kg
- Controller Axis: 6
- Repeatability: ±0.08mm
Welding function on the robot
- TAST (Through Arc Seam Tracking)
- Touch Sensing
- Coordinated Motion Package
Positioner FANUC 2-Axes
- Payload: 500kg
- Repeatability: ±0.05mm
- J1 range: 270°
- J2 range: 480°
- Power source: TPS 400i Pulse
- Welding range MIG/MAG: 3 -400А
- Automatic Torch Cleaning Station