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TruArc 1000 Arc welding cell

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Code: #23446

Supplier: TRUMPF SE + Co. KG

The TruArc Weld 1000 is an automated welding cell – profitable even for small lot sizes, easy to program and can be operated even without welding expertise.

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  • The welding cell is a fully equipped machine tool, tested by the Technical Supervisory Association (TÜV) and certified with CE. This includes an exhaust system, housing with anti-glare protection and safety equipment in line with TRUMPF standards. You can launch, program and operate the welding cell with very little training - video tutorials will do the job. You can utilize the welding cell in one- or two-station operation, depending on the component and lot size. This means, for example, that you can either process a larger component or smaller components in larger batches parallel to production.

  • AXIS DATA

     

    TYPE

    Collaborating industrial robot arm

    NUMBER OF AXES

    6

    RANGE

    1300 mm

    REPEATABILITY

    +/- 0.05 mm

    WELDING SOURCE

     

    TYPE

    FRONIUS TPS 320i C PULSE

    WELDING CURRENT RANGE MIG/MAG

    3 A - 320 A

    DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS

     

    CABIN DIMENSIONS

    3605 mm x 2454 mm x 2818 mm

    WEIGHT

    2940 kg

    WORK AREA

     

    TYPICAL MAXIMUM PART SIZE (WITH CLOSED TELESCOPIC CENTER SEPARATION)

    600 mm x 600 mm x 600 mm

    TYPICAL MAXIMUM PART SIZE (WITH OPEN TELESCOPIC CENTER SEPARATION)

    2000 mm x 600 mm x 600 mm

  • - Easy to operate and program
    Using the operating unit on the welding torch and simple programming directly at robot control
     
    - Safe in line with TRUMPF standards
    Safety cabin with anti-glare protection, self-cleaning exhaust system, LED lighting and collaborative robot
     
    - Quick set-up and start-up
    Set the machine up at the desired location and start operation within just a few hours
     
    - Weld productively
    Thanks to high-performance equipment from Fronius and set-up parallel to production using two-station operation

 
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