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FANUC Robot Adapts to Small Lot Sizes, New Styles

P-40iA robot features slim, lightweight design and variety of mounting positions.

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FANUC America’s P-40iA paint robot is designed to offer flexible robotic painting with a compact, powerful construction that makes the six-axis model suitable for a variety of painting and coating applications. The company says the P-40iA robot is easily adapts to small lot sizes, new styles and other modifications to provide customers with affordable, versatile paint options. The design is also slim and lightweight, with a variety of mounting positions, which can help companies challenged with small and narrow workspaces.

 

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