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ABB IRB1400 M2000 Robot
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Portugal, 4786-909 Trofa
ABB IRB1400 M2000 Robot
UNIVERSAL ROBOTS UR10 (CB31UR10) Robot
UNIVERSAL ROBOTS UR10 (CB31UR10) Robot
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ABB IRB 6640 FOUNDRY PLUS Industrial Robot
KUKA KR 16 L6-2 Industrial Robot
Switzerland, 2502 Biel/Bienne
KUKA KR 16 L6-2 Industrial Robot
KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
Netherlands, 1332 AT Almere
KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
KUKA KR16 Industrial Robot
Netherlands, 1332 AT Almere
KUKA KR16 Industrial Robot
KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
Netherlands, 1332 AT Almere
KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
2 x KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
Netherlands, 1332 AT Almere
2 x KUKA KR 150 Industrial Robot
KUKA Kr 150 Industrial Robot
Netherlands, 1332 AT Almere
KUKA Kr 150 Industrial Robot
KUKA KR 3 Industrial Robot
Switzerland, 2502 Biel/Bienne
KUKA KR 3 Industrial Robot
ABB IRB 2000 Robotic Arm
Serbia, 36203 Adrani
ABB IRB 2000 Robotic Arm
MIKRON WPC1 Robot Pallet Changer
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Portugal, 2400-016 Leiria PORTUGAL
MIKRON WPC1 Robot Pallet Changer
ABB IRB 140 M2004 Robot
Spain, 08650 Sallent
ABB IRB 140 M2004 Robot
MOTOMAN YR-UP130-A00 Industrial robot
MOTOMAN YR-UP165-A30 Industrial robot
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MOTOMAN YR-ES165N-B00 Industrial Robot
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MOTOMAN YR-ES200RN-A00 Industrial Robot
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MOTOMAN YR-ES200RN-A00 Industrial robot
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MOTOMAN Industrial robot
France, region Yonne
MOTOMAN Industrial robot
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MOTOMAN YR-UP165-A30 Industrial robot
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MOTOMAN Industrial robot
France, region Yonne
MOTOMAN Industrial robot

Industrial robots are universal tools. Once programmed, they autonomously carry out defined operational procedures. Industrial robots reduce costs, increase productivity and improve earnings. They protect workers against accidents and health hazards. Robots from leading manufacturers such as ABB (IRB series), KUKA (KRC series), FANUC, STÄUBLI or MOTOMAN cover all requirements. The differences lie, for example, in the number of axles and the maximum load capacity. The whole world of robotics meets at Surplex, where you can purchase by auction on fair terms used painting, welding or SCARA robots.

Robots as a machine manufacturing technology are handling devices that can also be called industrial robots, to distinguish them from other types of robots. They are used to spatially arrange workpieces or arrange spaces, either to maintain them or change them in one way or another. In addition to being handling devices, industrial robots can also undertake processing tasks. Industrial robots differ from other handling devices,
  • >Handling devices for the spatial arrangement of workpieces
  • Can undertake processing tasks when necessary
  • Universality, in contrast to other handling devices
Quality Great offers Personalized such as teleoperators or insertion devices, because they are more universal and their movements are controlled through programming. Industrial robots can be used to change angles, strokes and movement sequences without mechanical intervention. They also contain sensors that control and operate their movements.

Industrial robots contain several movement axes that are split between primary and secondary axes. Primary axes can move in a rotating or translational movement and determine where the robot can reach. Secondary axes primarily rotate and are generally used to position the gripping implement or a workpiece, which is located on its mounting flange. The working space of an industry robot is the useable space that is reachable by the mounting flange or the mounted tool. IGM Robots in use It is part of the space of the whole area, which a robot can reach with at least one of its parts. The reachable space is determined by the manufacturer; it is a safety zone within the dangerous zone (which should remain empty and clear during operation). Industry robots vary depending on their build up: vertical and horizontal (SCARA); jointed arm robots; cylindrical coordinates robot; swing arm robots; and linear and surface gantries.

The development of numerical operation of machines led the way for industry robots to be invented. They have been a common tool since the 1970s. The first robots were built in the form of cylindrical coordinates robots due to their relatively simple coordinate transformation, which is necessary to calculation the position of the tool on the mounting flange. Through the developments in computer technology, the time required for computing is no longer an issue.

Because of their universal construction, robots can generally be implemented into all kinds of machines. The specific areas of application are determined through the differences in the characteristics of the machines. Industrial robots generally have large working spaces and a higher a degree of freedom than other machine tools. However, they do have a larger static and dynamic compliance well as a worse ability to produce products repeatedly.

Robots are therefore used for tasks, which require a complex set of movements and do not require high levels of precision. For example, welding and coating (varnishing robots), the loading of machine tools, or the loading and unloading of pallets. Particularly fast robots are used for assembly that need to produce a lot of the same product in a small space. A suitable type of robot for this is the swing arm robot.

The companies that manufacture, or have manufactured, robots are: ABB, ATG, COMAU, DENSO, DÜRR AG, EPSON, FANUC, HIRATA, IGM, KAWASAKI, KUKA, MANUTEC, MOTOMAN, MITSUBISHI, PANASONIC, REIS ROBOTICS, STÄUBLI, WKB, YAMAHA and ZF.
Numerous types of used industrial robots can be found on Surplex.com. In our industrial machinery marketplace you can find high quality machinery for low prices.