|Controlled Axes:||6||Mounting:||Floor,Wall,Tilt Or Ceiling|
|Lnternal User L/o Cable:||17 Conductors W/ Ground||Lnternal User Air Line:||(1)3/8" Connection|
|Power Requirements:||380-480 VAc||Power Rating:||2kVA|
AR1730 Yaskawa Robot Arm,
Arc Welding Yaskawa Robot Arm,
2kVA Yaskawa Robot Arm
·Powerful, high-speed, six-axis
AR173O robot is ideal for a variety ofwelding applications.
·High wrist speed and payload
accommodate additional sensorsand accessories required for complex parts.
·Extensive horizontal reach andvertical reach accommodate wide range of parts.
·Work envelope extends behind robot, allowing space for tool storage or maintenance.
·Slim profile design allows close proximity placement of robots forhigh-density workcells.
·Contoured arm allows easy access to parts in tight spots and avoids potential interference with fixtures.
·Patented double-yoke upper arm design is much stronger than other Six-axis integrated cable designs.
·Symmetric wrist profile, with amplerange, provides equal torch accessto both sides of part.
·High allowable moment and inertiaratings provide wrist rigidity and consistent weld quality.
·50 mm thru-hole for torch cabling,hoses and sensor wires reduces cable interference and wear.
·Minimal protrusion from the U-axis and internal S-axis routing prolongcable life and maximize part access.
·Modular robot harness design for improved diagnostics andmaintenance.
·Single pendant provides controlof up to eight robots and multiple positioners.
· Precise coordinated motion withother Yaskawa robots and servo positioners.
· Variety of advanced, exclusive programming functions maximize weld quality and speed.
·The AR1730 has an IP67-rated wristand an IP54 body standard.
·Floor-mounted model is standard.Wall-, tilt- or ceiling-mounted versions are available.
·Compact YRC controller utilizes the lightweight standard teach pendant with intuitive programing.
·Extended length manipulator cables
·Wide variety of fieldbus cards
·Variety of weld packages
·Seam tracking and seam finding packages
·Functional Safety Unit (FSU)
|Axes||Maximum motion range||Maximum speed||Allowable moment||
moment of inertia