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We have refurbished hundreds of Fanuc Robots. Our experience, facilities and access to parts enables us to deliver a robot that meets all OEM specifications and exceeds your expectations.
Our Refurbishment Process consists of:
Robot evaluations consist of a pre-power up inspection of cables connectors, motor caps, fans, switches/pushbuttons, seals, proper PC board connections, loose items and other physical concerns which could potentially be problematic when power is applied. After which the robot will run a repeatability/durability/backlash test for a minimum of ten (10) continuous hours with a full payload, through full range of motions evaluating the robot's ability to meet the OEM specifications of repeatability. This is followed by another inspection of mechanical and electrical components and a report of our findings is generated and provided to the customer.
Our industry-leading refurbishment process covers every aspect of the arm/controller system to ensure the finished product meets all OEM specifications for durability and repeatability. A typical scope of work includes:
Clean inside and outside of controller cabinet
Clean heat exchanger
Inspect Controller for OEM Engineering Changes
Remove and clean all PCB's
Clean connector contacts
Replace fan filters
Replace cooling fans (when applicable)
Delete old files from memory board (optional)
Replace any missing covers
Paint Controller (optional)
Perform functionality test on Teach Pendant
Prepare for shipment
Clean mechanical unit
Disconnect all cable connectors
Clean all contact pins and plugs
Clean drive components
Replace lubricants per OEM specification
Master the robot (when applicable)
Paint Robot (optional)
Adjust over-travel limit switches (optional)
Install witness marks
Run a verification test of a minimum of fifty (50)
cycles to confirm proper operation and cable connections prior to completion.
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M-710iC/50 with R-30iB or R-30iA
Here are highlights of an actual customer's R-2000iB refurbishment journey.
This Fanuc R-2000iB had seen a good bit of typical use, but was still a good candidate for refurbishment.
The robot was covered in a mixture of grease and metal shavings
Years of wear has chipped and even removed much of the paint.
Every exposed surface is coated in grime.
The cabling was worn and the protective coverings were in need of replacing.
Our refurbishment process begins with a thorough cleaning. Once clean, an inspection of all mechanical and electrical components can begin.
Axis 1 would not meet repeatability specs for backlash. Upon its removal small pieces of the gear assembly were found in the grease. It had to be replaced.
The bodywork is complete and the robot is in the process of being prepped for paint.
All the motors were either replaced, repaired or repainted depending on the condition and need.
All cable connectors are cleaned and inspected.
With a fresh paint job in the original FANUC yellow – complete with black accents, this robot has a new lease on life. It is almost indistinguishable from a new robot.
Complete with new arm tags and cable covers, the fully refurbished robot has been load tested to ensure it meets all OEM standards and is about to be bolted, banded and shipped back to a happy customer.