Fanuc M-20iA/20M

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The M-20iA / 20M robot with versatile design of high inertia with optimal cycle times and long reach thanks to the hollow wrist and the J3 cantilever arm for greater protection of the cables, easy maintenance and profitable system.

The M-20 series of Fanuc arm and wrist hollow design specialized in multi-purpose work, this series is characterized by its useful load capacity, arm reach and speed. can handle up to a load of 35 kg with optimal performance, ideal for handling applications of different materials, They have a shelf on the back of the arm that provides easy installation of the peripheral equipment.

R-30iB control system
 
Latest generation of advanced, efficient, compact and stackable FANUC technology, improved productivity, with modern integrated hardware and more than 250 software functions. Designed to be more intuitive, it optimizes the power to decrease energy consumption, high performance in cycle times with greater speed and precision.
It has a high-performance integrated programmable PMC control system that can access the complete robot I / O system, which allows easy separation or asynchronous control of peripheral devices without this having negative effects on robot performance. The different mounting positions allow you to save space, easy integration into production cells, installation of various robots. The R-30iB control systems use FANUC's patented secure software, which means you do not need to worry about viruses, hackers or stability issues. With iPendant Touch intuitive, smarter and easier to use.

 

Main specifications
 
Maximum Load of Robot: 20 kg
Number of axis: 6
Maximum horizontal reach: 1813 mm
Repeatability: ± 0.04 mm
Controller: R30iB
       
Motion range (°)

 
Axis J1: 370°
Axis J2: 260°
Axis J3: 460,6°
Axis J4: 400°
Axis J5: 280°
Axis J6: 900°
 
Maximum speed (°/s)
 
Axis J1: 195°/s
Axis J2: 175°/s
Axis J3: 180°/s
Axis J4: 405°/s
Axis J5: 405°/s
Axis J6: 615°/s
 
Robot applications
 
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