10 Noteworthy Robot Exhibits at Automate 2022

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Yaskawa cobot welding table in development

In its Automate booth, Yaskawa Motoman displayed industrial automation, collaborative robots, and controllers. Don Doersam, senior exhibits manager at Yaskawa America Inc., pointed out a cobot welding table with a system still in development. It uses Yaskawa’s HC10 robot arm, which will provide flexibility for users, he told Robotics 24/7.

The company said its ArcWorld RS and HS enclosed welding workcells require only 2.3 sq. m (25 sq. ft.) and 1.4 sq. m (15 sq. ft.) of floor space, respectively. They’re designed to be easily integrated into existing processes, said Yaskawa. It also offers the six-axis GA50 robot for laser welding, cutting, and dispensing.

Yaskawa promoted its Universal Welcome Interface, a pendant application for Miller and Lincoln Electric controllers for arc welding. In addition, it showed the extended-reach GP70L robot, which can reach about 3 m (18 ft.) and is designed for tasks including palletizing.

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