2010-05-26 - ABB invites you to visit their stand No 321 in hall B2 at AUTOMATICA in Munich from 8th June – 11th June.
AUTOMATICA is one of the world’s largest Automation & Mechatronics events and will take place in the New Munich Trade Fair Centre. For 2010 "Green Automation" has been adopted as the main theme of the fair. The starting point of this is the increasing significance of energy efficiency and sustainability in production. With this theme in mind ABB Robotics will present a range of products, systems & services that reduce waste, use less electricity, greatly improve working conditions and increase productivity.
ABB in Wind & Solar industries
On display will be a comprehensive portfolio for both solar and wind generation industries and will show ABB's unrivalled position as market leader in robotic solutions for renewable energies. See at first hand solutions for the manufacture of solar wafers & solar modules; and ingenious solutions for the painting of wind turbine rotor blades. Both are proven to increase production capacities and help manufacturers take the step to serial production and be more competitive. Cost and energy efficient production are key to providing solar and wind energy an advantage over energy from non-renewable sources.
Superior Motion Control with IRC5 robot controller
IRC5 is ABB’s fifth generation robot controller. Its motion control technologies, TrueMove, QuickMove, MultiMove and SafeMove are key to robot performance in terms of path accuracy, speed, cycle-time, programmability and synchronization with external devices and people.
Fanta Can Challenge
You can experience at first hand how ABB defines accuracy and speed by watching "The Fanta Can Challenge" live in the booth. The movie of the system has already aroused a considerable amount of interest with over 215,000 views on the ABB Robotics YouTube channel. Superior motion control by three IRB 140 robots enables two metal pins to move at high speed between twelve Fanta cans positioned just 1mm apart thus demonstrating the precise synchronization, accuracy and repeatability of the robots at high speed. And in a “green” world move accuracy means less waste.
The world's most accurate 6 axis robot
Also on display will be the world’s most accurate 6 axis robot. The IRB 120 is ABB’s smallest ever robot with a positional repeatability of better than 0.01mm. Brimming with benefits, whilst weighing in at only 25kgs, this robot arm is truly the most portable and effortless to integrate without any restrictions on mounting.
The world's most accurate 6 axis robot - IRB 120
With a payload of up to 3kg (4kg with its wrist down) and with a reach of 580mm the IRB 120 robot has best in class stroke and the ability to reach 112mm below its base. With the IRB 120 comes the new IRC5 Compact controller offering the capabilities of the extremely powerful IRC5 controller in a truly compact format. Delivering space saving benefits and easy commissioning through single phase power input and weighing in at just 27.5kgs, it utilizes many of the well known features of the IRC5 controller with familiar programming and operation, ensuring no additional training is required.
Process efficiency, integrated solutions, improved working conditions.
Integration is one of the key factors in providing manufacturers with efficient processes. ABB will exemplify this by showing a live demo of a fully integrated gluing robot that generates a perfect seam quality independent of the speed of the robot. Another highlight will be a Force Control cell with an IRB 6660 showing the grinding, polishing and cleaning of a kayak. This will demonstrate the possibility to optimize productivity and surface quality by programming off-line, using ABB’s award winning RobotStudio simulation software. It also illustrates how ABB robots are helping to elevate the nature of work by removing people from dirty, dull and dangerous working environments.
For more information contact your local ABB office; or click on the links on this page.