Fanuc M-710iB 45 RJ3iB Controller

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£10,000.00

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The Fanuc M-710iB is a middleweight 6-axis robot. Perfect for many different applications the Fanuc M-710iB is quite a rare robot on the used market as they are very much in demand. Once in an application they are rarely taken out. Applications they are commonly used for include unloading injection moulders, loading CNC machines, assembly, gluing, sealing, die casting extraction and part handling. This robot is also sometimes used for MIG or TIG welding where a large work envelope is needed, or when two torches are used to make a very large weld. It could also be used for plasma cutting, de burring or other finishing and fettling jobs. The M-710iB comes with the R-J3iB controller, in this particular case with an “B type” cabinet. This robot is quite unusual for a mid size robot in that in can be mounted upside down or horizontally - that is ceiling or wall mounted. This can be especially useful in applications where are large work envelope is needed. The M-710iB has a very large range of movement on axis 3, this allows the robot to flip backwards and work behind itself. Again this makes the most of the work envelope and is very useful if the robot is ceiling mounted. Specifications: Reach 1706mm Max load at wrist 45kg Repeatability ±0.15mm Approx. weight including controller 630kg Axis 1 Range 320° Max Speed 160°/s Axis 2 Range 260° Max Speed 260°/s Axis 3 Range 420° Max Speed 150°/s Axis 4 Range 540° Max Speed 240°/s Axis 5 Range 250° Max Speed 240°/s Axis 6 Range 720° Max Speed 340°/s Before shipping the robot will be fully tested and serviced including new oils, greases and batteries. This allows us to give 3 months parts warranty wherever in the world you are. Fanuc Robotics is widely well regarded and has service and programming backup worldwide. They are used by many of the major manufacturers and have thousands of robots installed and have a proven track record. There are many Fanuc robots from the 1980’s still working away in car factories today!