Robots(15)

In the modern industrial panorama, robots are increasingly used, not only to automate industrial production processes at the highest level, but also they are used in high-risk tasks, preventing people from carrying out operations that are dangerous to their own safety. Robots are mechanical arms to which commands are transmitted in order to perform a precise task in a repetitive manner. The movements that the robots can perform vary according to the number of axes for which they are set up. The axes normally vary from a minimum of 2 for the simplest robots to a maximum of 6 for the most versatile and complex ones. Another important feature to consider when talking about robots is the reach width. With the outreach width we indicate the maximum distance that the robotic arm can cover in performing the task assigned to it. Last but not least, the robot's load-bearing capacity, i.e. the mass weight that can be lifted and moved by the robot, must be taken into account. Robots are often a so-called servo technology for other machines. We will talk about anthropomorphic robots when their use is intended to serve another machine tool, for example when it is used to load and unload the finished parts of a machining center. The use of robots is also addressed in tasks such as the handling of heavy and dangerous parts resulting from foundry operations, welding and industrial painting.

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Used KUKA R663/100/150.1 Robot

M1903070620
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KUKA
R663/100/150.1
1988
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Used ABB IRB 1400 Robot

M1903017889
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ABB
IRB 1400
2003
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Used ENGEL Viper 20 RC 200 Robot

M1903015758
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ENGEL
Viper 20 RC 200
2012
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Used KUKA KR 180 2 PA Robot

M1802893281
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KUKA
KR 180 2 PA
2005
on request
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Used ENGEL Viper 20 Speed Robot

M1802853282
In production
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ENGEL
Viper 20 Speed
2010
on request
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Used ENGEL Viper 20 Speed Robot

M1802853381
In production
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ENGEL
Viper 20 Speed
2010
on request
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Used Sepro 3051 BZ PIB 7843 Robot

M1802853142
In production
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Sepro
3051 BZ PIB 7843
2000
on request
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Used REMAK RF10T CNC R Robot

M1802841742
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REMAK
RF10T CNC R
1999
on request
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Used REMAK RC 30T CNC A RCP Robot

M1802841489
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Good
REMAK
RC 30T CNC A RCP
2005
on request
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Used FANUC R2000iB/165-F Robot

M1802766563
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Good
FANUC
R2000iB/165-F
2007
on request
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Used REIS RV 16 Robot

M1802592360
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REIS
RV 16
to be verified
on request
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Used Siebler FlexTrans FT 400 Robot

M1802247200
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Siebler
FlexTrans FT 400
2009
on request
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Used KUKA KR 180 Robot

M1702076090
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Good
KUKA
KR 180
2001
on request
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Used KUKA KR125 3 Robot

M1702052341
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KUKA
KR125 3
2003
on request
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Used ABB IRB 6400 M98 Robot

M1701843292
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ABB
IRB 6400 M98
2000
on request
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In the modern industrial panorama, robots are increasingly used, not only to automate industrial production processes at the highest level, but also they are used in high-risk tasks, preventing people from carrying out operations that are dangerous to their own safety. Robots are mechanical arms to which commands are transmitted in order to perform a precise task in a repetitive manner. The movements that the robots can perform vary according to the number of axes for which they are set up. The axes normally vary from a minimum of 2 for the simplest robots to a maximum of 6 for the most versatile and complex ones. Another important feature to consider when talking about robots is the reach width. With the outreach width we indicate the maximum distance that the robotic arm can cover in performing the task assigned to it. Last but not least, the robot's load-bearing capacity, i.e. the mass weight that can be lifted and moved by the robot, must be taken into account. Robots are often a so-called servo technology for other machines. We will talk about anthropomorphic robots when their use is intended to serve another machine tool, for example when it is used to load and unload the finished parts of a machining center. The use of robots is also addressed in tasks such as the handling of heavy and dangerous parts resulting from foundry operations, welding and industrial painting.