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ABB is the leading supplier of industrial robots, robot software, peripheral equipment, modular manufacturing cells and service for welding and metal fabrication applications. ABB's new IRB 1600ID is the industry's leading robot designed specifically for arc welding. All dress pack cables and hoses are routed inside the upper arm, providing optimum protection for all media. The unique integrated dressing design extends the robot system's real working range, a crucial factor when welding on fixtures with a complex geometry. It also reduces the swing of the dress pack and improves its predictable motion, prolonging the lifetime of all cables and housings, reducing downtime and simplifying programming. The IRB 1600ID is the strongest and quickest robot on the market. ABB has also recently unveiled the new FlexArc® 2, a compact, high performance welding cell priced beginning under $50,000. It features a larger work envelope, easier part loading, longer reach and higher payload than competitive systems. Also new is the IRB 52, a smaller platform robot designed specifically for painting and finishing smaller, simpler parts common to general industrial applications. The IRB 52 is half the weight of the next smallest ABB painting robot, but there is no sacrifice in functionality or performance.

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July 29, 2016
Robotic plasma cutting gets flexible
It used to take days or weeks to program a robotic plasma cutting cell. Now, like in welding, robotic plasma cutting has become much more flexible and adaptable. Offline programming and simulation, as well as flexible components of the robot cell itself, have made this possible.
July 11, 2016
Robot monitoring system designed to enhance safety
ABB Robotics has launched SafeMove2, the latest generation of its safety certified robot monitoring software. According to the company, the software...
June 15, 2016
ABB appoints president of Discrete Automation and Motion division
Zurich, Switzerland-based ABB has appointed Sami Atiya as president of the Discrete Automation and Motion (DM) division. He succeeds Pekka Tiitinen,...
March 22, 2016
ABB Robotics introduces online, interactive training course
ABB Robotics, Auburn Hills, Mich., has introduced IRC5 Operations Web Based Training (US519), an online, interactive training course that teaches...
February 10, 2016
Medium track motion platform accommodates rapid product changes
ABB has introduced the IRBT 2005, a flexible, compact, modular medium track motion platform for robots and transfer applications. It is designed to...
January 19, 2016
ABB appoints executive VP for U.S. Electrification Products business
Power and automation technology provider ABB has announced that Franklin Sullivan has assumed the role of executive vice president for its Memphis,...
December 1, 2015
High-payload robot designed for short cycle times
ABB has introduced the IRB 8700, its highest-payload, multipurpose industrial robot. It has a reach of 11.5 ft. and can handle a payload of up to...
June 17, 2015
Celda robótica para corte láser
ABB ofrece la FlexCutLaser™, una celda robótica prediseñada para aplicaciones de corte láser. El corte robótico con láser usa software...
May 20, 2015
ABB opens robotics manufacturing facility in Michigan
Zurich-based ABB has opened a new robotics manufacturing plant at its facility in Auburn Hills, Mich., which the company says makes it the first...
May 13, 2015
Vision-guided robots consolidate their place in the press shop
Advancements in robotic technology are extending their functionality and improving their performance. Often a robot is expected to do more than move from programmed position A to position B; it must operate “smarter” and act upon other inputs, such as vision systems or force feedback. The applications for integration of vision systems and robots are almost endless but the most common application is vision guidance for the robot
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