Fanuc Robotics, a leading manufacturer of robotic systems, has been in business for over 40 years. The company has developed a number of different robotics systems including automated guided vehicles (AGVs), robot arms and welding systems to accommodate the needs of customers in various industries.
The company was founded by Dr. Shigeo Shima and Mr. Yasuo Hamanaka in 1956 with an initial capital of ¥1 million (US$6,000). It has grown to be one of the largest robotics companies worldwide, with more than 27 subsidiaries around the world that manufacture robot systems for use across many industries including automotive, electronics assembly, welding & cutting process
Industrial Robots made for higher productivity
Discover our wide range of industrial robots and find the perfect answer to your automation needs
With 9 articulated robot series, Delta robots and special series for Arc-Welding and Painting FANUC offers the widest range of industrial robots in the world. Covering a diverse applications and industries, FANUC machines are easy to operate and provide complete flexibility.
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Collaborative Robot CR-7iA and CR-7iA/LCollaborative robot Axes: 6Payload: 7 kgReach: 717 mm (CR-7iA)Reach: 911 mm (CR-7iA/L)
- M-1 SeriesUp to 1 kg load capacity
Max. reach: 420 mm
- M-2 SeriesUp to 6 kg load capacity
Max. reach: 1130 mm
- M-3 SeriesUp to 12 kg load capacity
Max. reach: 1350 mm
- DR-3iB seriesUp to 8 kg load capacity
Max. reach: 1600 mm
Arc Welding Robots
Top Mount Robots
Fanuc programing language
Karel is a programming language for robots. It was created by Czech programmer Jindrich Karasek in the 1970s and has been used extensively in robotics education.
Karel was designed to be an educational tool for teaching programming to children and novice programmers.
Karel programs are simple, consisting of a sequence of commands that tell the robot how to move, what to do when it detects something, and how to respond when the user presses one of the buttons on its interface.