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The IRB 6700 family is the highest performance robot in the 150-300 kg segment. It has 20 percent lower TCO thanks to a more robust design, longer service intervals and simplified maintenance.

The IRB 6700 family is the highest performance robot in the 150-300 kg segment. It has 20 percent lower TCO thanks to a more robust design, longer service intervals and simplified maintenance.

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  • Ola Svanström, Product Manager IRB 6700 New generation of robots with a lifetime of affordability and reliability © ABB | Slide 1
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Sustainable  Technical data  | Slide 2 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Overview Seventh generation of robots IRB 90 1982 IRB 6600 2002 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 3 IRB 6400 IRB 6000 1990 IRB 6400R 1994 IRB 6640 2007 1997 IRB 6700 2013
  • Overview Differentiated value proposition The highest performance robot with the lowest total cost of ownership The IRB 6700 family is the highest performance robot in the 150-300 kg segment. It has 20 percent lower TCO thanks to a more robust design, longer service intervals and simplified maintenance. © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 4
  • Overview Three Ranges, Eight Variants All variants are available with LeanID High Line 235kg Available now 220kg 2.65m 200kg 2.80m 155kg 3.05m 145kg 3.20m © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 5 Low Line 200kg Power Line 300kg Available Q1 2014 Available Q4 2014 175kg 2.60m 140kg 2.85m 270kg 2.70m 220kg 3.00m
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Technical data  Competitive information  | Slide 6 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Targeted Applications Spot Welding  In car body shops  All variants needed to support Spot Welding needs from mass production to flexible premium car production  Lowest TCO   Robot family  | Slide 7 Lean ID for longer spot welding dress pack life time on all variants  © ABB 2/12/2014 Design is focused on uptime, reliability and reduced maintenance 150kg @ 3.2m up to 300kg @ 2.7m
  • Targeted Applications Material Handling  Material Handling in both automotive and general industries  An array of robot variants to cover different needs with just one family of robots  Short cycle times  © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 8 Cycle times 4-5 percent shorter than previous generation (IRB 6640)
  • Targeted Applications Machine Tending  An array of robot variants to cover different needs in just one robot family  Foundry Plus 2 protection increases reliability and life time expectancy of the robot in e.g. die cast Machine Tending  Shorter cycle times  © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 9 An average 4-5 percent shorter than IRB 6640
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Technical data  Competitive information  | Slide 10 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Key Differentiators  Lowest TCO  Lean ID on all variants   Outstanding reliability   | Slide 11 150kg payload at 3.2m reach, 300kg payload at 2.7m reach Sustainable  © ABB 2/12/2014 Design focused om uptime and fault free operation – Arm designed for Mtbf of 400000 h Stronger   Long and predictable life time of dress packs - Significantly reduced downtime because of less dress pack failures 15 percent lower power consumption
  • Key Differentiators Lower TCO: Lean ID on all variants  High performing dress packs on complete range of robots   Dynamic 3D models      | Slide 12 IGES, STEP, Parasolid, ACIS All arm variants available in 4 versions  © ABB 2/12/2014 RobotStudio, Delmia V5 Robotics, Process simulate, RobCAD Static 3D models   IRB 6700 available LeanID  140 kg to 270 kg payload  2.60 m to 3.20 m reach Std MH3 LeanID SW LeanID MH
  • Key Differentiators Lean ID Traditional dress pack      © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 13 Short, unpredictable life time Bulky Difficult to simulate Smaller working range => More difficult to add new parts in line Adjustments needed for new parts Lean ID       Long and predictable life time Compact Accurate simulation Larger working range Easier to add new parts in line No adjustments needed
  • Key Differentiators Outstanding reliability  Trusted design based on 30,000 units and 15 years production  Each IRB 6640 failure report analyzed so IRB 6700 would not repeat  TCO model driving force behind redesign and incorporation of new solutions  Robot testing most stringent ever   © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 14 Operation Components
  • Key Differentiators Double service intervals Gear box oil change interval axes 1-3, 6 Gear box oil change interval axes 4-5, after 20,000 hours Battery change Counter balancing cylinder Gear lifetime Annual inspection © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 15 After 20,000 hours. Quick connections on axes 1-3 to reduce time for draining/filling oil (previous generation IRB 6640 ref 6,000 hours + 24,000 hours) After 20,000 hours After 4 years, 3 shifts (previous generation IRB 6640 ref. at low alert after 2 years) Lubrication after 4 years, 3 shifts (previous generation IRB 6640 ref 2.5 years) After 8 years and 3 shifts in normal BIW operation an inspection /overhaul is needed 20 min. Gear box oil levels, harnesses, labels, balancing device, mech. stops
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Sustainable  Technical data  | Slide 16 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Sustainable 15% reduced energy consumption IRB 6640 A front runner in low energy consumption © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 17 IRB 6700 15 percent less energy compared with IRB 6640
  • Sustainable Built from non-hazardous materials  © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 18 Fully complies with environmental directives RoHS 2002/95/EC and Reach No1907/2006 directives
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Sustainable  Technical data  | Slide 19 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-235/2.65 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 20
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-205/2.80 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 21
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-175/3.05 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 22
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-150/3.20 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 23
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-205/2.80 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 24
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-175/3.05 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 25
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-150/3.20 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 26
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-155/2.85 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 27
  • Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-200/2.60 © ABB 2/12/2014 | Slide 28
  • Agenda   Key differentiators  Sustainable  Technical data  | Slide 29 Targeted applications  © ABB 2/12/2014 Overview Summary
  • Summary The numbers tell the story  20% Lower Total Cost of Ownership  Design focused on uptime and reliability  Annual service time reduced 15 percent  15 percent less power consumption  Unmatched  400,000  High | Slide 30 MTBF Performance  4-5 © ABB 2/12/2014 Reliability percent faster