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January 9, 2008 - Suitable for first time automation users as well as large companies automating low-volume projects, pre-engineered PerformArc PA-55 comes with 6-axis robot, torch, and inverter welder with artificially intelligent waveform control. Cell accepts payload up to 250 lb per side and welds typical part sizes of 12 x 53, 18 x 45, and 24 x 30 in. System controls, diagnostics, and programming are managed by color teach pendant, running Windows CE to flatten learning curve.

Panasonic Announces New PA-55 Pre-Engineered Welding Cell


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Panasonic Factory Solutions Co. of America
1000 Asbury Drive
Buffalo Grove, IL, 60089
USA



Press release date: December 1, 2007

December 2007 - Buffalo Grove, IL - Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America (PFSA) has expanded its line of pre-engineered PerformArc welding cells with the addition of the highly productive PA-55.

The PA-55 system has an extremely high output to investment ratio, making it suitable for first time automation users as well as large companies automating low-volume projects. In fact, it can pay for itself even if used only two days a week. The PA-55, like other PerformArc systems, typically produces as much as 3 manual welders while delivering consistent weld quality.

Its small footprint allows easy placement in tight spaces. The system can accept a payload of up to 250 lbs per side and welds typical part sizes that include 12" x 53", 18" x 45", and 24" x 30". A platen design provides repeatable fixture locating when multiple fixtures are to be exchanged on the same work-cell. The PA-55 comes standard with a Panasonic 6-axis robot, a Panasonic inverter welder with artificially intelligent waveform control, and a Panasonic torch.

Like the rest of the PerformArc family, the PA-55 comes pre-wired and pre-assembled for fast installation and relocation. Full system controls, diagnostics, and programming capabilities are managed by the color teach pendant, running Windows CE to flatten the learning curve. Best of all, the whole system is supported by one vendor: Panasonic.

PerformArc systems, along with TAWERS robots, are part of Panasonic's constantly evolving product line built on a core foundation of Panasonic robots, servo positioners and arc welding technology.

Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America is a leader in the design and manufacturing of arc welding robots and power supplies, peripheral devices and integrated automation solutions to support the worldwide robotic arc welding marketplace.

For additional information: Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America, 909 Asbury Drive, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089. PFSAmarketing@us.panasonic.com PH: 847-495-6100. www.panasonicfa.com
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