Fanuc Robotics America will demonstrate its Paint Mate 200iA intelligent mini paint robot, which is designed to be a cost-effective alternative to using multiple fixed paint guns to paint or decorate small parts. The robot is flexible and can adapt to small lot sizes, new styles and other modifications. It is slim and lightweight, and can be mounted in a variety of positions, including floor, tabletop, angle and invert, to accommodate small and narrow workspaces. A long-arm model also is available.
The robot features a purged and pressurized arm and high-speed operation to minimize cycle times. An R-30iA robot controller offers integrated iRVision and Paint Tool software.
Editor PickFinishing Pavilion at Fabtech: An Inside Look
In just its second year, the Chemical Coaters Association International’s Finishing Technologies Pavilion and Conference will double in size when North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, finishing and welding conference and exhibition, Fabtech 2011, is held Nov. 14-17 at McCormick Place in Chicago.