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Robot Applications


Jessica Beltran discusses how she became a robotics engineer, and the CERT Program is highlighted.



This robotic picking and packing demonstration cell developed by FANUC Robotics features the FANUC M-1iA/0.5S four-axis "Genkotsu" robot.



In this crank shaft dampener spray system developed by Turbo Spray, a FANUC Robot is utilized to load and unload crank shafts as they are cycled through the system.



This automated vision inspection & thread checker system with FANUC LR Mate 200iC was custom designed by Compass Automation for an end user that required 100% inspection of several critical part features, at a production rate of 35 seconds per part.



This robotic demonstration cell features the FANUC M-3iA/6S four-axis robot as it locates and picks randomly-oriented stamped parts from an in-feed conveyor, and stacks them into two different nests.



This robotic spot welding demonstration cell features FANUC Robotics' Learning Vibration Control, or LVC equipped R-1000iA/100F "Gakushu," or Learning robot.



This robotic machine tending demonstration features the FANUC LR Mate 200iC robot. This robot is equipped with iRVision, an FS-15iA Force Sensor, and FANUC's machine tool connection software, which all play an intricate role in completing the job.



Through a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), Madison College purchased FANUC Robotics' Certified Education Robot Training Carts, or CERT Carts, in order to train students in Advanced Automated Manufacturing.



This video demonstrates the benefits of using FANUC Robotics compact and flexible arc welding system. The system seen here features a DualARM controlled FANUC R-1000iA/80F robot and FANUC ARC Mate 100iC welding robot.



For this handling application, Ellison Technologies has selected a FANUC M-2000iA/1200 robot to transfer large weldments. This robot was chosen because of its extremely high payload -- The M-2000iA/1200 robot can handle up to 1,350 kilograms.