Complex handling in limited spaces
Based on an added seventh axis in its second arm, the Fanuc R-1000iA/120F/7B robot gains more agility, making it ideal for material handling and robotic spot welding. Nevertheless, its’ compact design enables it to fully operate within small work cells, reaching the same cycle times as the six-axis.
Compact, flexible design
Ability to fold and shorten its second arm due to seventh axis allowing it to work within small work cells and narrow environments. Its design prevents interference contours due to integrated services in the arm.
|Fanuc R-1000iA/120F/7B 7-Axis Robot
|MaxLoad Capacity At Wrist [kg]||120|
|Mechanical Weight [kg]||790|
|Motion Range [°]||J1||360|
|Maximum Speed [°/s]||J1||130|
|J4 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2)||800 / 71|
|J5 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2)||800 / 71|
|J6 Moment / Inertia (Nm / kgm2)||360 / 38|
|Mounting Method||Floor, upside-down, angle|
Strong, sturdy and agile
Capable of handling heavy payloads due to an enhanced payload of 120 kg and possibility to fold back the arm without changing its gun positioning.
Short cycles and high throughput
While handling the same payload (e.g. 100 kg), compared to the six-axes, the seven-axes can perform more complex tasks