FANUC America Corporation
- MI, United States
- Tel: (800) 477-6268
- Fax: (248) 377-7362
- Member Since 1983
- Member Since 1983
- Robotic Supplier
FANUC America Corporation provides the most complete range of industry-leading, innovative robotics, CNC Systems and factory automation solutions. We offer a wide variety of innovative robot models with payload capabilities ranging from 0.5 kg to 1,350 kg working in aerospace, automotive, alternative energy, consumer goods, education, food, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and many other industries. We also offer simulation packages, application software, force sensing, and iRVision. Our customer resource center provides 24/7 support services.
FANUC's products, process expertise, support services, regional locations and network of system integrators provide customers the tools they need to reduce costs, improve quality, maximize productivity, and increase their competitive position in the global market.
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A Robot Case Study
Robotic Aluminum MIG Welding presents many challenges. The aluminum MIG process is not as forgiving as steel and requires unique control to achieve successful results. A good understanding of the welding process and how to control it from the robot are critical. From a robotic perspective, the welding process can
You know the expression: ‘‘A picture is worth a thousand words.’‘ How about a new one: ‘‘Vision systems have saved me thousands of dollars.’‘ Yes, thousands of dollars can be saved with the use of a tried and true press loading package that encompasses
Challenges facing North American manufacturers have escalated as the manufacturing industry struggles to stay competitive in the global marketplace. Labor costs, tax rates, health care costs, retirement costs, tort costs and pollution abatement costs are just some of the problems. Recently, the following initiatives were outlined by the U.S. Government with
A significant trend over the past five years has been an increase in the use of rotary atomizers, or bells, for metallic painting applications. This approach is commonly called a ‘‘bell-bell’‘ process to distinguish it from the previous standard process that utilized a spray
Increasing costs and environmental regulations have forced composites manufacturers to consider robotic automation for the application of fiberglass chop and gel. As noted in the accompanying case study, robotic automation can be used to apply spray chop and gel to anything from chicken coop fan housings to boats and bathtubs.