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Explosion-proof painting robots

16 August 2007

Kawasaki Robotics has introduced the new 'K Series' of explosion-proof painting robots with a line-up of eight models to cover work from small to large.

Four basic types of robot are available from the KF121 for small work to the KE610 for the automotive inner and outer chassis painting, and a variety of wrists with up to 6 differing axes movement of roll or bend offer further flexibility of use.

All robot arms are fitted with built-in hoses as standard. Internally, fitting the hoses minimises the opportunity of mist and spray sticking to piping, and from dust being attracted to the workpiece. These internal hoses are either 40mm or 70mm in diameter.

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