Our manipulators, including MN16-100, play a significant role in the automated welding processes of large vessels and other workpieces. The technical parameters for MN16-100 are given but still can be customized with full integration capabilities for most existing mainstream welding equipment.
MN16-100 is a crucial tool for applications that involve automated welding of pipes and vessels. It is equipped with a modular construction that ensures 360-degrees radial accessibility to welding heads, covering vast areas in the shop. It is ideal for hard automation welding solutions and offers an advanced user interface that is easy to use. Moreover, MN12-300 maximizes productivity and uses a mounted trolley car version that gives accessibility to the full shop length. Lastly, it also reduces rework and scrap, and the final results aren't dependable on the skills of the operator since the whole process is automated.
Our MN12-300 has a loading capacity of 250 lbs, boom stroke of 192" and column stroke of 192" as well. It offers a boom traverse speed range and mast travel speed range from 5 to 120 in/min. It also has camera systems that monitor and record all open arc welding processes including MIG, MAG, TIG, Plasma, laser and stick welding. We offer a wide selection of accessories and options available depending on the customer's request and need. As far as the welding source options are concerned, we offer submerged arc (SAW), MIG, or a solution to customer’s specification. We also offer control upgrades including full integration to LJ welding positioners or turning rolls through HMI touchscreens and master PLC.
|Load Capacity||250 lbs|
|Boom Traverse Speed Range||5-120 in/min|
|Mast Traverse Speed Range||5-120 in/min|
|Travel Car Speed||5-120 in/min|
|Power Requirements||480 V, 3-ph|
|Equipment Mass||9,500 lbs|
Welding Power Source Options: Submerged Arc (SAW), MIG, or to customer specification
Customizable with full integration capabilities for most existing mainstream welding equipment