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Guyson Corporation of U.S.A.
RB-RSSA-8, customized to meet requirements for cleaning and surface preparation of machined aerospace castings using either shot or grit media, features Fanuc Robotics LR Mate-200iD 6-axis robot mounted on reinforced back wall of blast chamber. Servomotor-driven, 24 in. dia turntable has 250 lb capacity, and media reclamation/delivery system enables separation of stainless steel shot and aluminum oxide grit media fed to two 2.3 ft³ pressure pots. Read More
Along with Fanuc iRVision system, RXS-400 features 3 automated blasting machines loaded and unloaded by vision-guided material handling robot. Rotary blast system has 180° indexing table with 2 spindles and one blast station. Multiple suction-blast guns are rigidly bracketed in position for complete coverage during timed blast cycle. Fanuc M-710iC/50 six-axis robot is mounted to floor, and EOAT consists of 2 pneumatically actuated, 3-finger grippers. Read More
Robotic Blasting and Shot Peening Machines use automatic tool changer when production processing routine for particular component requires using 2 or more different sizes or types of blast nozzles. Multiple tools can be automatically selected by robot according to programmed process recipes. In addition to enabling multi-tasking of robotic blast system, tool changing capability enables unmanned operation and can eliminate need for multiple machines for separate blasting steps in sequence. Read More
Using 6-axis Fanuc LR Mate 200iC robot, Model RB-600 repeats programmed surface preparation routines on individual components and automatically processes full tray of parts. Articulated arm, mounted upside down on engineered structure under roof of grit-blasting chamber, is fitted with pneumatically actuated gripper and tailored suit of laminated fabric. Robotic motion programs and blast processing recipes for 50+ different components can be stored for instantaneous recall. Read More
Incorporating 6-axis Fanuc M-20iA robot rigidly mounted on pedestal inside 60 x 96 in. rotary table blasting cabinet, Robotic Grit-Blast System automatically changes between blasting tools to perform critical surface preparation work around exterior of complex-shaped components, as well as recesses and interior surfaces of parts. Turntable, bearing interchangeable component-holding fixture, is servomotor driven and controlled as seventh axis of coordinated robotic motion. Read More
Incorporating robot nozzle manipulator and 2 auxiliary axes of coordinated robotic motion of its servomotor-driven spindles, RB-RXS-400 suits work cell finishing and surface preparation operations with capability to be loaded/unloaded via robot. Six-axis Fanuc M-10iA robot, mounted on pedestal at rear of 46 x 42 in. blast cabinet, is fitted with protective suit of laminated fabric. EOAT includes blow-off nozzles for post-blast air wash cycle; pressure-blast media delivery is optional. Read More
Featuring 54 x 46 x 42 in. blast process chamber, 7-axis Model RB-RSSA-8 is configured for precision roughening of component surfaces in production thermal spray coating cell. Single pressure-blast nozzle is fed by 3.5 ft³ capacity, ASME-certified pressure vessel and blast nozzle motion is provided by Fanuc M-10iA robot. Fitted with jawed chuck or T-slotted turntable, spindle can be controlled to turn clockwise and counterclockwise, and offers rotation at speeds adjustable from 0–300 rpm. Read More
Intended for surface preparation applications in aerospace industry, Model RB-72 utilizes Fanuc M-20iA robot as blast nozzle manipulator. Hollow arm of 6-axis robot allows blast hose to be routed directly through it. Powered turntable, measuring 36 in. in diameter, has 1,000 lb weight capacity. Servomotor-driven table is controlled as seventh axis of coordinated robotic motion to exactly orient components that are fixtured on it. T-slots facilitate positioning of interchangeable fixtures. Read More
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