Workcell for welding applications
Yaskawa Motoman's ArcWorld C-30 workcell is designed for welding of small- to medium-sized parts that are typical in many job shop applications.
Yaskawa Motoman's ArcWorld C-30 workcell is designed for welding of small- to medium-sized parts that are typical in many job shop applications. The ArcWorld C-30 solution includes a six-axis arc welding robot, controller with menu-driven arc welding application software, integrated welding package, operator station, pneumatic powered slide-up doors, and a total safety environment. The C-30's total safety environment complies with both U.S. and Canadian safety standards. Powered slide-up doors improve ergonomics and are interlocked with robot operation to safeguard the operator during part load/unload.
In addition to barrier guarding with solid sheet metal side and back walls, safety features include a single point of operator control, functional safety unit (FSU) to monitor the robot, enhanced E-stop functionality, safety interlocked gates, integrated speed monitoring and manual brake release for the robot. It also features the Kinetiq Teaching option available to help reduce programming and training time. Direct teaching is more intuitive and reduces programming time. Shipped pre-assembled on a common base with cables routed in a covered tray under the table for improved life and minimized trip hazard, ArcWorld C-30 workcells are easy to set up and relocate.
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