Fanuc ARC Mate 100iD Welding Robot

Versatile arc welding robot

This new generation of arc welding robots stands out based on its productivity advancements and rapid integration times. To utilize space more efficiently, the new Fanuc ARC Mate 100iD has received a more sophisticated, curved design, which allows it to effortlessly operate in compact welding cells. It features a fully integrated welding hosepack and utility cables, which further economizes the workspace. A larger workspace, reach and stroke, even in the backflip area, allows for a bigger working range. Improved rigidity and repeatability together with faster motion speed, mean increased productivity.

Fanuc ARC Mate 100iD Robot

Ideal for compact robot installation requirements

This arc welding robot allows for easy routing of the welding dressout and seam tracking sensor cables throughout the robot. It eliminates robot interference with peripherals and work cell equipment, improving the overall system reliability and ease of use.

Robot Specifications
Fanuc ARC Mate 100iD Robot
Controlled Axes 6
MaxLoad Capacity At Wrist [kg] 12
Repeatability [mm] ± 0.02
Mechanical Weight [kg] 145
Reach [mm] 1441
Motion Range [°]      J1 340 (370)
J2 235
J3 455
J4 380
J5 360
J6 900
Maximum Speed [°/s]      J1 260
J2 240
J3 260
J4 430
J5 450
J6 720
J4 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2) 26 / 0.9 
J5 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2) 26 / 0.9
J6 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2) 11 / 0.3 
Mounting Method Floor, Upside-Down, Angle


The new Controller

The ARC Mate 100iD features the new robot controller R-30iB Plus, which now has a more flexible appearance, based on an improved user interface.

Largest J1 hollow reducer (108mm)

Through a facilitated routing of welding dressouts, third party supplies and sensor cables from the robot flange can be lead through axis 1. It allows the design of more compact welding cells with less interference with peripheral equipment.

Hollow wrist for high-density layouts

The welding torch hosepack as well as additional utilities such as seam tracking sensor cables, vision cables, or air pipes, are routed through the robot's hollow arm and wrist, enabling it to fully articulate to reach narrow spaces in jigs and tight fixtures. This arc welding robot features the largest hollow wrist in its class with 57mm.