Single Axis Servo Motor Welding Robot Positioner 250Kg 360mm Table
Welding positioners are the machines be used to change the position
of work piece on the welding positioner table and to ensure smooth
rotation of the work piece at certain required speed. So welding
postitioner normally means a table rotates workpiece at certain
rotation speed, and two tilts the work piece at certain degree.
The rotation structure of the welding positioners is driven by the
AC motor, while stepless speed regulation can be achieved. The
turning structure of worm and gear in the welding positioners has
the function of self-lock, and the worktable can be turned
sleeplessly 360 degree. special design of anti-electromagnetic of
the welding positioners, which reduces the high frequency
interference of TIG’s welding, and can improve the welding quality
effectively. Furnished with Robot motor, the positioner can co-work
with robot for MIG/MAG/TIG welding automatically.
|Loading capacity||250kg||Within R400mm|
|Standard Rotate Radius||R600mm|
|Rated Rotate range||+/- 360deg|
|Rated Rotate speed||70 o/s|
|Repeat Location accuracy||+/- 0.1mm|
|Positioning Frame size||2200x800x90mm (L*W*H)|
|Machine overall size||2900x650x1100mm (L*W*H)|
|Rotating table||ɸ 360mm|
|Rotating center height||650mm|
|Power supply||200V +/-10% 50Hz 3-P||With transformer|
|Servo motor||YASKAWA/ PANASONIC||1 unit|
|RV Reducer||TEIJIN Japan||1 unit|
|PLC||OMRON / MITSUBISHI||1 unit|
|Touch screen||KINCO Shanghai||1 unit|
Robotic positioners are a fundamental component of robotic
automation, particularly in robotic welding applications of large
and/or high-volume parts. The positioner plays an important role in
accuracy, repeatability and overall production quality. It is an
essential consideration in any robotic welding system.
But what exactly does a robotic positioner do in welding
applications? How does it facilitate productivity and promote
automation of complex welding tasks?
Robotic positioners can rotate a part when a joint cannot be
reached in the correct welding position. For example, when welding
large parts in position, a robot cannot perform overhead welding as
weld spatter gets lodged in the tip which can lead to system
errors. A positioner can rotate the part so the robot can access
tricky weld locations without performing overhead welding, reducing
the likelihood of system failure.
Further, a robotic positioner is highly repeatable, which enables
more consistently accurate welding. With manual loading/unloading
and positioning of a part, there are variations in part orientation
which affect weld accuracy. A positioner is far more accurate,
helping to improve overall weld and part quality.
Less downtime, higher accuracy and improved quality all contribute
to a positioner’s ability to drive productivity in welding
Robotic positioners are foundational part of most robotic welding
systems. They facilitate higher productivity and help automate
tasks that would be impossible without rotational capabilities.
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