Rotations up to 500 degrees around axis 6. Free choice of cables and hoses. Withstands wear, dust and damp environments. Compact and cost-efficient. We have been talking CiRo with Löfqvist Engineering, a company based in central Sweden that has delivered robot solutions primarily to the automotive industry for more than 40 years.
CiRo is a cost-effective solution to achieve the flexibility of internal cabling. Hoses and cables for air, signals and power can be selected according to the requirements of the application. Axis 6 can rotate with extended freedom.
The efficient use of industrial robots requires tool changers, according to experience gained from Scania’s new bodywork facility in Oskarshamn, Sweden. When choosing supplier, quality and support are crucial factors.
RSP has a wide range of automatic and manual Tool changers. They are designed to maximize the flexibility and reliability of your robot fleet. All automatic tool changers feature the patented locking device, TrueConnect™.
When FRIMO established a new plant, the opportunity to fully utilize its robots’ mobility was decisive. The choice fell on the swivel tool changer from Robot System Products.
As the sole supplier, RSP offers integrated swivel- and tool changing functions, which combine the free rotation of axis 6 with compactness and minimal extension from the robot’s tool plate.
Automation of nut and bolt welding is Lerocon’s speciality. Customers are primarily in the automotive industry. Robot System Products supplies automatic tool changers, complete with cable packages and valves.
With Robot System Products‘ Swivels, axis 6 is allowed to rotate freely. Wear on the hose package decreases, while uptime and productivity increases. If the swivels are used with our hose packages, axis 4 and 5 are also able to rotate unimpeded.
In some cases, it is possible to add more flexibility to the robots and thereby extend their application possibilities. Using a swivel from Robot System Products, Denk Kunststoff extended the axis 6 working range of their robots.