View Collaborative Robots from FANUC – The world’s leader in industrial robotics and automation. Developed out of the spirit of collaboration these are the first industrial robot able to work along side of students without the need for fencing, with the ability to lift and move heavy objects up to 35 kg. These robots stop on contact and restart with the simple push of a button.
These robots are green because... they are different!
In contrast to yellow FANUC robots, the green color lets everyone know the robots are designed to work side by side with humans, and don't require a fence! That frees up a lot of valuable floor space and cuts costs. They have highly sensitive contact sensing technology and soft outer skin, so you don't have to worry about bumping them. It will gently stop if they come into contact with something while working, It's ISO 10218-1:2011 safety certification is proof that it can share a workspace.
The FANUC CR-7iA is FANUC's newest collaborative robot resembles the LR Mate family. Painted green to show it's ability to work beside humans, you can expect the same reliability as FANUC's yellow robots. The CR-7iA is ideal for small part sorting and assembly, inspection, machine tending, and part delivery. It has a 7 kg payload, 717 mm reach, and is equipped with iRVision and Force Sensing. There are a variety of mounting options such as floor, wall, and ceiling.
FANUC’s new CR-35iA is the world’s first collaborative robot with a payload capacity of up to 35 kg. Fenceless, it opens a whole new world of possibilities. Working safely side by side with human operators, it is space as well as cost saving. And because inside it’s like any other FANUC robot, it operates like all FANUC robots. Certified to meet the requirements of ISO 10218-1:2011 and RIA/ANSI R15.06-2012, FANUC’s CR-35iA collaborative robot can work in a variety of applications alongside human workers including: machine tending, handling heavy payloads that require lift assist devices or custom equipment, higher payload mechanical assembly, palletizing or packing, and tote or carton handling.