IRB 6700, 7th generation ABB Robot | ABB Industrial Robot
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DESCRIPTIONIRB 6700 is a 7th generation ABB Robot, a natural evolution following more than 30 years of large robot heritage at ABB. The IRB 6700 family is the highest performance robot in the 150-300 kg segment. IRB 6700 comes in three variant. The IRB 6700 is the highest performance robot with the lowest total cost of ownership.
- 1. Ola Svanstrm, Product ManagerIRB 6700 New generation of robots with a lifetime of affordability and reliability ABB | Slide 1
2. Agenda Overview Key differentiatorsTechnical data| Slide 2Targeted applications ABB 11/4/2013OverviewSummary 3. Overview Seventh generation of robots IRB 90 1982IRB 6600 2002 ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 3IRB 6400IRB 6000 1990IRB 6400R 1994IRB 6640 20071997IRB 6700 2013 4. Overview Differentiated value proposition The highest performance robot with the lowest total cost of ownership The IRB 6700 family is the highest performance robot in the 150-300 kg segment. It has 20 percent lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) thanks to a more robust design, longer service intervals and simplified maintenance. ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 4 5. Overview Three Ranges, right variants All variants are available with LeanIDHigh Line 235kgAvailable now 235kg 2.65m 205kg 2.80m 175kg 3.05m 150kg 3.20m ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 5Low Line 200kgPower Line 300kgAvailable Q1 2014 Available Q4 2014 200kg 2.60m 155kg 2.85m300kg 2.70m 240kg 3.00m 6. Agenda Target applications Key differentiatorsTechnical data| Slide 6Targeted applications ABB 11/4/2013OverviewSummary 7. Targeted Applications Spot Welding In automotive body shopsAll variants needed to support Spot Welding needs from mass production to flexible premium car productionLowest TCO Comprehensive robot family| Slide 7Lean ID for longer spot welding dress pack life time on all variants ABB 11/4/2013Design is focused on uptime, reliability and reduced maintenance150kg @ 3.2m up to 300kg @ 2.7m 8. Targeted Applications Material Handling Material Handling in both automotive and general industriesAn array of robot variants to cover different needs with just one family of robotsShort cycle times ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 8Cycle times 4-5 percent shorter than previous generation (IRB 6640) 9. Targeted Applications Machine Tending An array of robot variants to cover different needs in just one robot familyFoundry Plus 2 protection increases reliability and life time expectancy of the robot in harsh environments like Diecast Machine TendingShorter cycle times ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 9An average 4-5 percent shorter than previous generation (IRB 6640) 10. Agenda Key differentiatorsTechnical data| Slide 10Targeted applications ABB 11/4/2013OverviewSummary 11. Key DifferentiatorsLowest TCOLean ID on all variants Outstanding reliability Long and predictable life time of dress packs - Significantly reduced downtime because of reduced maintenance Design focused on high uptime and fault free operation Arm designed for MTBF of 400,000 hoursStronger 150kg payload at 3.2m reach 300kg payload at 2.7m reachSustainable ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 1115 percent lower power consumption 12. Key Differentiators Lower TCO: Lean ID on all variants High performing dress packs on complete range of robots Dynamic 3D models | Slide 12IGES, STEP, Parasolid, ACISAll arm variants available in 4 versions ABB 11/4/2013RobotStudio, Delmia V5 Robotics, Process simulate, RobCADStatic 3D models IRB 6700 available LeanID 140kg to 270kg payload 2.60m to 3.20m reachStd MH3 LeanID SW LeanID MH 13. Key Differentiators Lean IDTraditional dress pack ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 13Short, unpredictable life time Bulky Difficult to simulate Smaller working range => More difficult to add new parts in line Adjustments needed for new partsLean ID Long and predictable life time Compact Accurate simulation Larger working range Easier to add new parts in line No adjustments needed 14. Key Differentiators Outstanding reliability Trusted design based on 30,000 units and 15 years experience in productionEach IRB 6640 failure report analyzed so IRB 6700 would not repeatTCO model driving force behind redesign and incorporation of new solutionsRobot testing most stringent ever ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 14Operation Components 15. Key Differentiators Double service intervals Gear box oil change interval axes 1-3, 6Gear box oil change interval axes 4-5, after 20,000 hours battery change Counter balancing cylinder Gear lifetimeAnnual inspection ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 15After 20,000 hours. Quick connections on axes 1-3 to reduce time for draining/filling oil (previous generation IRB 6640 ref 6,000 hours + 2,400 hours) After 4 years, 3 shifts (ref. at low alert after 2 years) Lubrication after 4 years, 3 shifts (ref 2.5 years) After 8 years and 3 shifts in normal BIW operation an inspection /overhaul is needed 20 min. Gear box oil levels, harnesses, labels, balancing device, mech. stops 16. Sustainable 15 percent reduced power consumptionIRB 6640 A front runner in low power consumption ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 16IRB 6700 15 percent less power compared with IRB 6640 17. Sustainable Built from non-hazardous materials ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 17Fully complies with environmental directives RoHS 2002/95/EC and Reach No1907/2006 directives 18. Agenda Key differentiatorsTechnical data| Slide 18Targeted applications ABB 11/4/2013OverviewSummary 19. Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-235/2.65 ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 19 20. Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-205/2.80 ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 20 21. Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-175/3.05 ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 21 22. Technical Data Working range IRB 6700-150/3.20 ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 22 23. Agenda Key differentiatorsTechnical data| Slide 23Targeted applications ABB 11/4/2013OverviewSummary 24. Summary The numbers tell the story 20 percent Lower TCO Annual service time reduced 15 percentDesign focused on uptime and reliability15 percent less power consumptionUnmatched Reliability High Performance ABB 11/4/2013| Slide 24400,000 MTBF 4-5 percent faster