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The M-1000iA’s serial-link construction gives the robot a wider range of motion in every direction.  It can extend its arm upright or rotate it backwards, which is not possible for typical heavy-payload robots with a parallel-link mechanism.  With a 1000 kg payload, a 3,253mm horizontal reach, and a 4,297mm vertical reach the M-1000iA is ready to…
The LR-10iA/10 has a 10 kg payload and a large work envelope with a long reach of 1101 mm.  Its compact size makes it an ideal solution for companies with limited floor space, and the slim arm fits into machine tools to load and unload parts.   In addition, a fully enclosed structure features built-in airlines, solenoid valves and electrical…
Growing interest in 5-axis machining continues as more operations look to produce complex parts used in high-tech industries, such as aerospace and medical devices. As this sector of the machine tool business increases, the demand for 5-axis operators will exponentially grow. Finding qualified workers to fill these positions will challenge many…
FANUC’s new collaborative arc welding robots offer the same high level of performance that FANUC ARC Mate robots are known for, including world-renowned technology and proven reliability. A built-in sensor allows the welding cobot to work safely alongside people without the need for expensive guarding.
FANUC America has expanded its line of easy to use collaborative robots to include six models. FANUC’s series of power and force limiting collaborative robots can handle 4-35 kg payloads and a 550-1813 mm reach.
FANUC America announced that its Robot LINKi Zero Down Time (ZDT) service is now available to all automotive and non-automotive manufacturers that purchase FANUC robots.
The standard version ROBODRILL α-D21iB5 is FANUC's high-speed, high-precision small machining center with FANUC standard CNC installed and spindle taper size of No. 30. FANUC says it has engineered the ROBODRILL machine center to address all machining needs for its class.
FANUC’s new SCARA robots feature high-speed, precise operation for pick and place, assembly, testing/inspection and packaging processes in a wide range of industries including consumer electronics, auto component, plastics, food and beverage, lab automation, appliances and medical device manufacturing. A compact, lightweight design provides…
FANUC America has developed a new machining simulator that encompasses the complete manufacturing process from part design and engineering to CNC programming to virtual production simulation. The FANUC Machining Simulator features Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD/CAM/CAE software and a custom machining simulation program designed by ModuleWorks.
FANUC America Corp. brought a new look and feel to CNC operations with the introduction of the FANUC iHMI. iHMI, or intelligent Human Machine Interface, provides a simpler, more efficient and intuitive way to interact with the FANUC series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B CNCs, according to the company.
FANUC America Corp. has released the new FANUC CNC simulator, bringing the popular CNC to the classroom and providing students with exposure to FANUC CNCs without the need for a full mill or lathe. The FANUC CNC simulator is based on the FANUC series 0i - Model F platform and can be operated in either milling or turning configurations. Students…
FANUC America Corp. introduces FASBacCNC (FOCAS Automation Solution Backup CNC), a network based backup solution for FANUC CNCs.
FANUC America Corp. announces CIP Safety functionality with the new EtherNet/IP Adapter Safety function for the FANUC series 3xi-B CNCs that enables safety communication with Rockwell Automation controller (Logix PAC) systems.
FANUC America Corp. offers the arbitrary speed threading option on 0i-TD and 0i Mate-TD CNCs for new turning machines.
FANUC America Corp.'s FANUC CNC Series 30i/31i-L MODEL B high-speed laser controls offer fabricators streamlined efficiency and increased productivity using Ethernet and Ethernet/IP field bus options and newly supported FANUC NCGuide simulation software.
FANUC America Corp. offers a Rechargeable Battery Unit Kit that provides reliable long-term backup power for CNC machines and eliminates the use of disposable batteries; providing a more environmentally-friendly solution.
FANUC FA America introduces FASOPC for easy retrieval of CNC machine production data.
FANUC FA America has introduced a new option which allows the Series 30i/31i/32i-MODEL B CNCs to be monitored remotely using tablet-type devices.
FANUC FA America introduces the new Panel i 19" industrial PC utilizing a color LCD display with new touch panel.
FANUC Factory Automation (FANUC FA America) introduces iLimitS CNC software option that provides machine process monitoring including spindle load, spindle speed and up to 4 coolant flow devices.
FANUC Factory Automation (FANUC FA America) introduces FOCAS Automation Solution Connect (FASConnect) software solution for network distributed data management for FANUC CNC equipped machine tools.
For 10 years, FANUC Corp.’s highly accurate ROBONANO automated milling machines have been in use in Japan’s semiconductor industry. Now the newest iteration of the machine is in the U.S. to help researchers studying emerging materials and manufacturing processes. 
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FANUC FA America featured a seamlessly integrated automotive solution at the imX event held in Las Vegas Sept. 12-14. The new system integrates CNCs, robots, Rockwell Automation PLC Pack Motion and Enterprise Software solutions.
Years of operation can take its toll on machine tools, but that doesn’t mean that an old machine’s best days are behind it. Microtrol Engineering helped bring four Cincinnati skin mills back from the brink of extinction with new FANUC controls motors and drives.
Cutting Tool Engineering Owner/Publisher Dennis Spaeth walked the aisles at EASTEC 2019 with his trusty camera in hand. Take a look at some of the highlights captured along the way.
For one high-mix, low-volume application, Methods Machine Tools reported that it worked with diamond tool manufacturer CDP Diamond Products Inc. in Livonia, Michigan, to design, create, test and integrate a custom turnkey automation cell composed of a Fanuc CRX cobot (video demo), two Fanuc C600iA Robocuts and an infeed/outfeed system.
Blanchard grinding has typically been a manual process for many shops. The simplicity of the dials and handwheels found on Blanchard grinders still work well and get the job done. However, there’s an even easier way to run a Blanchard through the addition of a CNC.
Building custom machine tools with FANUC - Excalibur Tools in Grants Pass, Oregon
Green is the color of collaboration FANUC America Corporation. Here, Senior Marketing Analyst Joseph M. Baldiga shows off one of the company's cage-free collaborative robots, which can safely work in the same space as humans.
FANUC FA America's Paul Webster provides a tour of the company's Fast Atom plant floor management/connectivity system. In addition, Webster explains how the company is extending its assistance to help keep legacy equipment connected.
Since 1978, MIP has designed and manufactured high quality tools and aftermarket parts for high-performance RC race cars. In recent years, MIP saw demand for their products increase significantly, especially their world-renowned hex wrenches. MIP turned to Excalibur Tools and FANUC America to design and build an automated six-axis grinding center…
FANUC's new Intelligent Human Machine Interface (iHMI) featured prominently at the company's booth during EASTEC 2019 last month.
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Automation equipment manufacturer FANUC America Corp., Rochester Hills, Mich., named Mike Cicco president and CEO and Rick Schneider chairman.
Fanuc, which can produce 11,000 robots per month in fully automated factories that use its own robots to make robots, has produced its 750,000th industrial robot.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder toured FANUC America Corp.’s North American headquarters and technical center in Auburn Hills, Mich., accompanied by Dr. Kiyonori Inaba, executive vice president and general manager of FANUC Corp.’s robot division, and Michael J. Cicco, president and CEO of FANUC America.
The aerospace industry faces complex issues, such as environmental issues and the need for efficient designs, lightweight materials and 3D-printed parts. To help address these and other issues, Seco Tools hosted the Inspiration Through Innovation (ITI) 2021 virtual event Dec. 1.
ROCHESTER HILLS, MI – (Aug. 3, 2018)  FANUC America Corporation, a supplier of robotics, CNC systems, ROBOMACHINEs and Industrial IoT solutions has announced plans to construct a new facility in Auburn Hills, MI that will be used for engineering, product development, manufacturing and warehousing.