Panasonic welding robot
Payload: 6 kg - 8 kg
Reach: 841 mm - 2,000 mm
Panasonic Robot & Welding presents the new TAWERS Super Active Wire Process TAWERS Super Active Wire Process (S-AWP) By using oscillating wire feed in combination with a continuously monitored modified ...
... With using same robot and welder power unit it is possible to TIG weld by just changing over gears to TIG welding components. As much as TAWERS MIG/MAG welding is advanced, ...
Payload: 4 kg
... mounted on a Panasonic robot with seamless interfacing between process and automation components. Panasonic provides complete system solutions according to the concept ‘All from one manufacturer’ with the new development ...
Payload: 8 kg
Reach: 841, 971 mm
Specifications TS series industrial robot line-up 841 and 971mm payload: 8kg maximum motion speed: 540°/s (average of all axes) supports two cable management systems various installation types (floor/ceiling/wall) External ...
Payload: 6, 4 kg
Reach: 1,437, 1,639, 1,809, 2,011, 1,163 mm
Repeatability: 0.1, 0.08 mm
Panasonic presents the TM Welding Robot Series, this being the all new and unique generation of robots. Customers have the possibility to decide freely whether to use an externally ...
Payload: 6, 8 kg
Reach: 1,999, 1,801 mm
Repeatability: 0.15 mm
The new developed TL Robot series by Panasonic has the opportunity to work in a 2 meter working area for wide and maximum reachable welding procedures. With the efficient and rapid mechanical system ...
Payload: 1 kg - 26 kg
Reach: 489 mm - 1,801 mm
... the LA-1800G3 robot with a welding robot from Panasonic Industry Europe, the movements of the robots can be synchronized. Thus, only the position of the component must ...
Payload: 4, 8, 6 kg
Reach: 1,163 mm - 2,011 mm
... articulated arc welding robot A variety of the selectable features specialized for arc welding Combination with Full Digital welding power source achieves stable and ...
Payload: 4, 6, 8 kg
... Series (WGⅢ, WGHⅢ) Robot systems with integrated welding power source technology "TAWERS" Robot system controls the welding waveform directly Continuously evolving ...
... small trepanning laser head - easy access to the work piece Laser Welding Advantages - Low heat input Low distortion High speed welding Replacing spot welding and arc welding
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