ALPHR Technology works with the best robotic brands available, ensuring that our engineers have access to the most effective and up-to-date technology on the market. One of our most important strategic partners is FANUC Robotics, the world’s largest manufacturer of industrial robots. We work with FANUC Robotics to design, create and maintain industry-leading robotic automation solutions for our clients.
What Does FANUC Stand For?
FANUC stands for ‘Fuji Automatic Numerical Control’. FANUC Robotics is one of the world’s oldest and largest suppliers of industrial robots, with subdivisions in Japan, Europe and North America. FANUC is a tried and tested name in robotics, and Alphr Technologies is happy to be an approved strategic partner of the company.
What Is FANUC Robotics?
FANUC Robotics was founded in 1958, originally as a subdivision of Fujitsu, one of Japan’s oldest communications and technology companies. In 1972 the subdivision morphed into an independent company and was given the name FANUC. In subsequent decades, FANUC established subsidiaries in Europe and North America.
From its early origins, FANUC has been a leading innovator in the robotics sector. Since its inception, the company has focused primarily on factory automation. This includes the development and manufacturing of robots designed to automate industrial processes.
FANUC industrial robots have become highly regarded for their high quality build and programming. They are a trusted supplier across multiple industries, and now claim to be the world’s largest supplier of industrial robots.
What Can FANUC Robots Do?
Since the 1950s, FANUC has designed some of the best robots, robotic systems and programs on the market. FANUC Robotics designs, manufactures and updates an impressive range of products, all of which are designed for industrial use.
FANUC robots are primarily designed to automate processes. They are designed for a specific task or have the capacity to be altered or programmed to carry out multiple tasks within a factory or industrial setting. For example, a FANUC robot could be designed to carry out assembly tasks or may be integrated into a production line. FANUC robots include many different designs, including articulated robots, cartesian robots, robot arms, and more.
Common applications for FANUC robots include:
- Material handling and removal
- Quality control and inspection
What Is FANUC Robot Programming?
FANUC Robotics not only designs hardware, but software and programming too. FANUC robot programming allows FANUC robots to be controlled and monitored, and it allows robots to carry out their specific tasks and functions.
Where Are FANUC Robots Used?
Individual FANUC robots can be fully integrated into bespoke robotic systems, allowing entire manufacturing processes to be fully automated. Equally, FANUC robots can be employed to automate single tasks within a process.
This versatility means that they are commonly used across a wide range of industries and processes, including:
- Food and beverage
- Pharmaceutical and medical
Essentially, FANUC robots are well suited to automating manufacturing or production roles that require accuracy and precision, yet are also repetitive or potentially dangerous for human workers to carry out.
ALPHR Technology Are Industry Leaders in Robotic Complex assembly
We are passionate about automation. We understand the advantages of automation and the use of robotics – how these can transform the product assembly and testing of any manufacturing process; whether it is improving a manual process; the use of robotics and cobotics; automating part or all of a process; and transforming manufacture through the innovative use of automation.
ALPHR Technology Works With the Best Robot Brands
ALPHR Technology’s expert engineers always have access to the best equipment, tools and programs in the robotics industry. We only work with brands we trust and are proud to be approved as a FANUC Strategic Partner.
Our expert team provides a comprehensive range of robotic automation solutions, as well as an extensive range of assembly applications designed to meet your industrial needs.
If you would like more information, please do contact us to find out more about how ALPHR can help.