Automated Cells & Equipment

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Custom Robot Solutions

Automated Cells & Equipment has the ability to customize and apply FANUC robots within many industries and applications. Here is just a small sampling of some of our work. We would be happy to discuss your specific application and how a FANUC robot can be best applied to your unique situation.

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  • This photo shows a small robotic assembly cell inserting and driving screws to fasten a string trimmer shroud to the main power head assembly. The cell features a FANUC LRMate 200iD tabletop robot with laser safety scanner, programmable logic controller and touch screen for cell control and messaging.
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  • This photo shows a precision robotic gauging and inspection cell use to validate parts as they come off a grinder. Gauging is used to compensate the machine to maintain extremely tight tolerances on the parts being produced.
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  • This photo shows dual FANUC LRMate 200iD/7L robots processing parts through a grinding machine and laser marking system. Automotive parts are brought into the cell organized and within molded totes on a conveyor. One robot tends the grinder, while the second robot tends the laser marking system. Raw parts are removed from the incoming tote, ground and marked and then placed back into an empty tote, where they are conveyed out of the cell for the next operation.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-20iA robot tending two lathes. Raw parts are introduced into the system using a 4 drawer MT Series drawer cabinet. Parts are processed in both lathes (same machining operation). For faster load/unload times, the robot enters and exits each lathe through an ACE AutoDoor mounted to the front of each machine door. Once processed, the parts are unloaded, washed and dried and then placed back into the MT Series Drawer cabinet.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-20iA robot with a dual iRVision camera setup palletizing fragile parts onto a tray. A multi-headed vacuum end of arm tool picks multiple parts and then places them onto a tray in a pre-determined pattern. Spacers are placed in between parts in a known sequence, creating the desired tray load. A custom infeed conveyor with individual lift stations provides no part to part contact for parts entering the cell.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-20iA robot de-palletizing semi-organized trays of automotive parts and placing the parts onto a conveyor for processing in a grinder. After grinding, the parts are brought back into the cell, laser marked and then placed back into trays for removal by a fork truck. An on-board camera on the M-20iA robot uses FANUC iRVison to scan and locate parts within the trays. The M-20iA robot also handles the empty trays during de-palletizing operation as well as palletizing the finished parts. A FANUC LRMate 200iD/7L robot is used to tend the laser marking system.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC PaintMate 200iA/5L robot with an aux axis servo driven turntable. This Class I Div I application involves the precise coating of aerospace components placed onto the turntable. The robot is invert mounted to save valuable floor space. A control skid is provided organizing the robot controller, robot purge system, air prep and cell HMI touch screen.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-20iA robot tending a lathe and transporting machined components to a wash/dry system for cleaning. The wash/dry system consists of a stainless steel enclosure with separate wash and dry chambers. High pressure nozzles direct multiple streams of de-ionized water at the part being cleaned. A high pressure blower dries the part. The robot provides part manipulation for both the washing and drying cycles. Parts are immediately assembled and packaged after the cleaning process.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-10iA robot tending a lathe mockup. Raw parts are introduced into the system using a 3 drawer MT Series drawer cabinet. Parts are processed in the lathe, unloaded and cleaned (removal of chips and coolant) in a MiJet blow off station and then fully cleaned in a top-load wash/dry system. For faster load/unload times, the robot enters and exits the lathe through an ACE AutoDoor mounted to the front of the lathe. Once fully processed, the parts are then placed back into the MT Series Drawer cabinet.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-1iA robot picking small electronic components and placing them onto a tape drive system. Cell components include: a portable machine base with integrated control system, stepper based indexing belt conveyor with integrated back-light and FANUC iRVision for part detection and orientation. Parts are picked via vacuum, oriented and placed into precise pockets within the tape drive system.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC LRMate 200iD robot with dual end of arm tooling assembling automotive components for a weld station. Parts are bulk loaded to a Bi-Flo accumulation table, where they are accumulated and feed into the robot cell. A second part is dispensed to the robot with a coin feeder mechanism. The robot assembles both components and presents the assembly to the weld station for welding. This cell is constructed using our RoboCart modular automation platform.
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  • This photo shows a FANUC M-10iA robot processing plastic oil and fuel tanks for residential and commercial lawn and garden products. The entire cell is mounted to a central platform and includes: multiple gantry pick and place devices moving parts through various machining and assembly operations, indexing fixtured belt conveyors, bowl feeders, bulk feeders, a leak tester and FANUC iRVision used for determination of part orientation. The M-10iA robot provides movement of parts between stations. A central control system with HMI provides the operator interface and messaging.
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