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Handling Robot Picks & Sorts Wires for Welding

 
 

A FANUC M-10iA robot with iRVision picks and sorts wire forms on a conveyor belt. A common problem with wire forms is that they tangle easily when parts fall into the box. The robot sorts and stacks the wires to prevent tangling of pieces when placed into a box.

The robot protects workers from toxic fumes and other safety concerns during this welding process. A FANUC M-16iB is shown assisting the weld process of a larger wire ring with a diameter of 60 inches. The use of the robots increased efficiency by 60% from a previously tedious process.

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Key Technology Demonstrated

 
 

M-10iA robot

  • iRVision integrated Vision Package.
  • Weighs only 130kg but carries a payload of 10kg.
  • 2D vision cables included as a standard option.
  • Highest axis speeds and repeatability in its class.
  • Robot can be floor, angle, wall, or ceiling mounted.

M-16iB robot

  • Largest work envelope and load capacity in its class.
  • Small footprint facilitates placement in tight surroundings.
  • Dedicated pneumatic and electrical connections on J3 axis.
  • Fail-safe brakes on all axes increase safety, functionality and control.
  • Unique hollow RV speed reducers simplify cable routing.
 
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