Kawasaki Robotics is introducing 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. Further versatility is provided through the availability of a variety of wrists with up to six differing axes for movement of roll or bend.
All robot arms are fitted with built-in hoses as standard. Fitted internally, the hoses minimise the opportunity of mist and spray sticking to the piping and from dust being attracted to the workpiece. These internal hoses are either 40 or 70 mm in diameter.
Kawasaki Robotics is not new to painting, as the company has gathered 30 years of experience and used this knowledge to put together a high-performance robot that it is claimed will match every paint spaying need. So whether it is a mobile phone case or an executive car, Kawasaki says it can supply the right painting robot package to do the job efficiently and meet the best product finish quality.