Paint System

The MAX series servo-drive gantry systems can paint accurately in 2-, 3- and 4- axis applications without the complexity and cost of a six-axis robot.

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The MAX series servo-drive gantry systems can paint accurately in 2-, 3- and 4- axis applications without the complexity and cost of a six-axis robot.  The system is designed for liquid paint, adhesive and powder applications.  The controller uses the patented  Windows-based Wetcoat software, allowing you to program paths and create part recipes quickly without the difficulty of learning robot programs.  The System controls every movement of the spray gun path and allows complete control of variables that effect film build, gloss and color.  It controls atomizing air, electrostatics, fluid delivery, rotary atomizer speed and any spray parameter can be changed at any point in the painting program. The Series has the payload capacity to manipulate multiple spray guns and can paint parts as small as a cell phone and as large as a motor coach.

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