Reduced Cycle Times: The IRB 760 stands as the fastest robot in its category, capable of significantly reducing cycle times and enhancing productivity, particularly in tasks like full-layer palletizing and press tending. This four-axis robot boasts an impressive 3.2-meter reach and can handle payloads of up to 450 kilograms, enabling it to lift heavy objects and entire pallet layers. With its high-torque wrist and extended reach, it can achieve a remarkable 880 cycles per hour at full load, executing a 400 mm, 2000 mm, 400 mm cycle.
IRB 760PT Press Tending Robot: Tailored for press automation applications within the automotive industry, the IRB 760PT is a versatile press tending robot that offers a 25% reduction in cycle times compared to other robot-based press automation solutions. With a reach of 3.18 meters, it can be equipped with a linear seventh axis or the Twin Xbar system, eliminating the need to reposition parts between consecutive stamping operations. This efficient design optimizes available space and leads to cost savings.
Precise Movements: Leveraging ABB's patented motion control software, QuickMove™ and TrueMove™, the IRB 760 family ensures that palletizing and press tending tasks are executed with smooth movements and exceptional path accuracy. This level of precision allows for the gentle handling of even the most delicate products without sacrificing cycle time.
Low Total Cost of Ownership and Enhanced Productivity: The robot's robust and rigid design, manufactured to meet automotive industry standards, guarantees high uptime and minimal maintenance costs. The IRB 760 family features integrated process cabling, extending the equipment's lifespan and reducing wear. Additionally, the IRB 760 family is covered by Robot Care, a comprehensive warranty package that includes ABB's Connected Services. Through this, ABB experts can monitor robots and offer advanced services to optimize performance, further enhancing productivity and maintaining high Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).
Offline Programming and Simulation: To maximize the return on investment for robot systems, offline programming is essential. ABB's simulation and offline programming software, RobotStudio, allows robot programming to be conducted on a standard PC in the office without interrupting production. RobotStudio equips users with tools to enhance the profitability of their robot systems, enabling tasks such as training, programming, and optimization to be performed without disrupting ongoing production processes.
- Full Layer Palletizing
- Material Handling
- Press Tending