MS-Series Spot Welding Robots
Yaskawa MotomanUpdated 02/19/2014
The new high-speed MS165 and MS210 robots are 20% faster overall than previous ES-series robots. The use of a gas spring and Sigma-5 motor technology result in a lighter weight and a reduced-profile design to allow higher robot density around a car body or a smaller workcell for Tier 1 applications. The MS-series robots use the new DX200 robot controller, which is more energy-efficient and includes several features that optimize robot and servo spot gun performance. To increase cable life, enhance safety and reduce teaching time, the servo gun cables and air and water lines are routed through the robot’s base and upper arm to the wrist. The streamlined design enables the MS165 and MS210 robots to reach into confined spaces. Yaskawa introduced integrated spot harness technology over a decade ago, and its reliability has been proven on the successful ES-series robot line. This technology has been improved on the MS-series with an expanded wrist working range of up to 17 percent, and back-integrated control for spot guns with servo motor drives improves weld quality. The six-axis MS165 and MS210 models feature increased payloads of 165 kg (363.8 lb) and 210 kg (463 lb) respectively. Both models have a 2,702 mm (106.4") reach with a repeatability of ±0.2 mm (±0.008”). The high-speed spot and ARM (Advanced Robot Motion) control functions can provide up to 35 percent cycle time reduction and improve quality by providing consistent electrode force with optimum arm and gun motion control.
Model: MS165, MS210
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