ABB IRB 7710 and IRB 7720 robots

Friday, 10 May, 2024 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

ABB Robotics has expanded its modular large robot range with the introduction of the IRB 7710 and IRB 7720. These robots, combined with recently launched IRB 5710-IRB 5720 and IRB 6710-IRB 6740, offer a combined total of 46 different variants capable of handling payloads between 70 and 620 kg.

The IRB 7710 and IRB 7720 robots offer 16 new variants and are suited to support applications across various industries, for high payload assembly, such as gigacasting, high-speed press tending and palletising, and high-accuracy contact applications such as machining and friction stir welding.

Powered by ABB’s OmniCore, the robots are said to achieve motion control with path accuracy down to 0.6 mm, even with multiple robots running at high speeds of up to 1600 mm/s and moving payloads of up to 620 kg. Users can also benefit from an up to 25% reduction in cycle times.

The IRB 7710’s energy-efficient design in combination with OmniCore’s regeneration technology is also said to achieve up to a 30% energy reduction, while a built-in power pack can relay energy back to the grid.

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