During the welding process arc seam sensing is used to compensate for positional tolerances of the welding seam.Read More
Extremely effective, compact laser cameras developed and manufactured by igm are used for tracking different welding seam types, for identifying and measuring detected gaps, and for adaptively adjusting and compensating for different volume requirement.Read More
All robot functions may be controlled by the outstanding teach pendant K6 without an additional keyboard. The resistant plastic housing makes for an extremely light weight of 1.3 kg; The lightweight teach pendant includes a 8.4” touch screen, an USB plug on the back is provided for memory sticks. The pushbuttons may be easily used and operated even when wearing protective gloves; the pushbuttons as well as the optional joystick are designed for heavy use.
The extremely compact feed mechanism guarantees reliable wire supply including thin and soft additional welding materials.Read More
Single wire and tandem processes can be used with a robot by exchanging the welding torch. The exchange process includes threading the torch through the hollow shaft and tightening it by a rotary motion.Read More
A broad palette of torches is available for every welding or cutting application with igm robots - ranging from straight torches or curved standard models to the 85° curved type, also available as special types on request.Read More
igm offers portal gantry systems for welding large-scale components, customized for individual applications. Portal gantry systems range from a track gauge of 3 to 25m with vertical tracks of up to 6m positioning range.Read More
The Robot Arm can be mounted on the robot periphery in an upright or inverted, overhead position. The external axes of the track systems are fully integrated as coordinated, synchronised external axes of the robot which significantly extending the working area and envelope of the robot.Read More
This tactile sensor is used to determine the workpiece position or its components and individual parts by gauging the surface of the workpiece. In each case, the successional part of the program is shifted according to determined deviations.Read More
The RCE control system is based on a standard PC with current processor technology. The complete control system for the six robot axes and up to ten external NC axes is included in a compact control cabinet connected to the robot, the teach pendant, the operating cassette, the external axes, and the power source by cables, pluggable on both sides. The RCE system includes fully digital servos controlled through EtherCAT.Read More
The igm laser sensor is programmed directly from the robot teach pendant, without the need of an additional computer or external interface.
Integrating the user interface into the teach pendant creates a more stream line workflow. All functionality of iLS are supported by the igm offline programming system IOPS.
The work piece manipulator holds, positions and moves the work pieces. These manipulators are external axes to the robot and are fully integrated, coordinated and synchronised in the RCE control system.
These external axes are frequently included in the welding steps as a synchronised movement combining with the robot arm to establish a continuous weld path. Using the teach pendant, they are programmed together with the robot axes.Read More