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IRB 6660 FX presentation | ABB Industrial Robots

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ABB has been developing robot-based press automation solutions for nearly two decades. Its latest solution, the IRB 6660FX, is a rapid and flexible transfer system for medium size parts. …

ABB has been developing robot-based press automation solutions for nearly two decades. Its latest solution, the IRB 6660FX, is a rapid and flexible transfer system for medium size parts.

Identical in design to ABB ’s large part transfer system, the IRB 7600FX, the IRB 6660FX is a perfect complement to ABB’s parts transfer offering.

Suitable for both new and existing press lines, a dual action unit has been integrated into the IRB 6660 to create a 7-axis robot, which allows medium size parts to be transferred rapidly along a linear path.

As a result, vibrations created when parts are rotated 180° by a conventional 6-axis robot are eliminated.

The system is also equipped with integrated dynamic model control to coordinate all seven axes to ensure optimum speed, accuracy and lifetime.

Benefits:
+ Optimum stiffness/weight ratio
+ Optimized shape design: reduced tooling height to minimize press occupation
+ Unified tooling for 6 and 7 axis robots
+ Ergonomic - since tooling to be changed is smaller
+ Fewer components
+ Requires less room for storage

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  • 1. January 2014 ABB Robotics: Press Automation IRB 6660FX © ABB Group January 22, 2013 | Slide 1
  • 2. Press Automation ABB approach OEE Overall Equipment Effectiveness S A Q Speed Availability Quality Energy Efficiency Flexibility Easy to use Safety    © ABB Group January 29, 2014 | Slide 2 Press-shop is one of the most capital intensive processes in auto industry Increasing output means a higher return over the installed equipment Upgrading existing lines (Brownfield’s) is also a big focus for ABB
  • 3. Press Automation Optimum solution roadmap Parts / Press size eXtra-Large XL IRB 6660/3.35 IRB 6650S/3.5 IRB 760 Twin XB IRB 7600FX IRB 6660/3.1 Medium / Large M-L IRB 660 IRB 6660RX Small / Medium IRB 6660FX S-M IRB 460 IRB 4600 8-10 spm © ABB Group January 29, 2014 | Slide 3 12 spm 15….. spm Production output
  • 4. IRB 6660 FX Fastest medium size parts solution   © ABB Group May 16, 2013 | Slide 4 Reach: 3.10+1.40 m. Eliminates vibration created by conventional 6-axis robot’s 180º rotation of part  Its dynamic model coordinates all seven axes ensuring optimum speed, accuracy and lifetime. Handling capacity: 50 Kg  Integration of the dual action linear 7th axis to IRB 6660, allows transfer of parts along a linear path,   IRB 6660FX complements ABB’s fast parts transfer IRB 7600FX
  • 5. IRB 6660 FX Linear 7th axis  Dual action:    © ABB Group May 16, 2013 | Slide 5 The main structure moving respect to 6-axis wrist Carrier (mobile wagon), with tool attachment, moving along the main structure Minimized height (H=130)
  • 6. IRB 6660 FX Optimized Carbon Fiber tooling design © ABB Group May 16, 2013 | Slide 6
  • 7. IRB 6660 FX Optimized Carbon Fiber tooling design Benefits:  Optimum stiffness/weight ratio  Optimized shape design: reduced tooling height to minimize press occupation  Unified tooling for 6 and 7 axis robots  Ergonomic - since tooling to be changed is smaller  Carbon  Fiber  Gondola arm Fewer components  Aluminum  antennas Requires less room for storage The carbon fiber tooling increases output thanks to its shape design which has been optimized for tool height. As a result it can be placed into the die at lower press opening © ABB Group May 16, 2013 | Slide 7
  • 8. XL High speed automation StampWare  StampWare controller software designed to shortens learning and setup time for greater productivity  Modularized program structure program wizard and graphical production window