Robot stations - Robotic Systems(2)

Robot stations are integrated automatic work systems that group several machines together, each one served by one or more industrial robots, or they can include only one or more stand alone robots programmed to perform a specific work task. In the sheet metal industry, robotic systems find numerous applications, from painting to welding, from logistics to the loading and unloading of presses, laser cutting and bending machines. The use of robots has enormous advantages, especially in those types of machining operations that involve high levels of risk for the human operator, such as the handling of heavy parts or setting the machines during their operation. The use of robots and robot stations not only reduces the degree of risk for the operator, but also considerably increases the speed at which certain tasks are carried out, while at the same time reducing machine downtime. All thiese advantages are translated into greater efficiency of the entire industrial production cycle.

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Used Daihen G 01 Robot station

M1802513196
Under Power
Good
Daihen
G 01
to be verified
on request
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Used Kawasaki CD 41 IR SA Robot station

M1701227618
Visible
Good
Kawasaki
CD 41 IR SA
1995
on request
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Robot stations are integrated automatic work systems that group several machines together, each one served by one or more industrial robots, or they can include only one or more stand alone robots programmed to perform a specific work task. In the sheet metal industry, robotic systems find numerous applications, from painting to welding, from logistics to the loading and unloading of presses, laser cutting and bending machines. The use of robots has enormous advantages, especially in those types of machining operations that involve high levels of risk for the human operator, such as the handling of heavy parts or setting the machines during their operation. The use of robots and robot stations not only reduces the degree of risk for the operator, but also considerably increases the speed at which certain tasks are carried out, while at the same time reducing machine downtime. All thiese advantages are translated into greater efficiency of the entire industrial production cycle.