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In recent years, with the development of robotic applications in the paint shop

update:02-11-2018
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In recent years, with the development of robotic applic […]

In recent years, with the development of robotic applications in the paint shop, there has been a significant improvement in spray efficiency, quality, reduced operating costs and reduced investment. Suspension rails enable lower cost, robot tracks smaller installation size and less installation time, and can handle a wider range of models.

The external surface coating system provided by the suspension rail system has stronger spraying performance than the traditional robot; and the user cost and production cost are reduced, and the installation and debugging are completed faster than the fixed installation robot.

Process equipment integration

The paint color change module group installed in the robot arm is as close as possible to the spray cup, which can minimize the waste of paint. Such improvement measures are manifested in the running cost and the whole operation cycle process, which greatly improves the spraying efficiency and shortens the equipment. System uptime reduces equipment investment.

Spray optimization

From the end of the last century to the first five years of this century, the researchers were mainly concerned with the optimization of two spray fields: the external application of the body of the robot using 100% electrostatic atomizer (or rotary cup) and the application of robots to sports. Spray inside the car body on the conveyor chain (such as the inside of the door, engine room, bottom cover, etc.). The robot's 100% external cup rotor application development focuses on the mixing ratio of the cup design and the coating, enabling the metal paint to achieve acceptable color and appearance standards with a rotating cup. Previously, in order to obtain a good surface effect, at least one of the two layers of metallic paint on the outer surface of the vehicle was sprayed with an air atomizing spray gun. This cup + cup process significantly reduces the amount of paint used (20% - 40%) compared to previous air gun spray processes.