Specifically designed to add robotic welding capacity to current production, the six-axis HC10XP human-collaborative robot enables operation with or in close proximity to human workers. Ideal for supplementing manual welding or for rolling up to large, heavy workpieces with its 1,200 mm reach, the 10-kg payload HC10XP can be easily repurposed depending on production needs.
Meeting established safety standards (TUV-certified to ISO 13849-1; complies with ISO 10218-1 and ISO TS 15066), the HC10XP features Power and Force Limiting (PFL), where dual channel torque sensors in all joints constantly monitor force to quickly react. The HC10XP also offers precision hand-guiding, facilitating easy programming for fast implementation of a robot system.
Designed with the utmost safety, the pinch-less HC10XP can operate without additional protective measures (risk assessment dependent) such as a safety fence, resulting in reduced cost and space requirements. Through-arm utilities hide cabling, including a Category 6 ethernet cable that enables communications for a wide variety of tooling options. This reduces the risk of snagging or interference with other equipment.
The highly repeatable HC10XP can easily shift between collaborative speed in PFL mode or full speed in industrial mode, optimizing cycle times based on risk assessment and process requirements. Robot path teaching can be accomplished by hand guiding, teach pendant, or jogging with an external device using I/O control. Built with cast aluminum for industrial durability, the HC10XP features a rugged IP67 rating to reliably operate in harsh welding environments, as well as an easy-clean surface.
The HC10XP is controlled by the high-performance YRC1000 controller that is built to a global standard and does not require a transformer for input voltages ranging from 380VAC to 480VAC. With a highly compact cabinet (598 W x 490 H x 427 D mm), the YRC1000 uses a lightweight teach pendant with intuitive programming.
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