Exapro, a leading marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a curated selection of industrial robots, blending innovation with cost-effectiveness. Originating from esteemed manufacturers like ABB, KUKA, and FANUC, these robots promise precision, high-quality performance, and durability. With prices ranging from €10,000 to €100,000, Exapro caters to businesses of varying scales, ensuring a balance between affordability and quality.

Industrial robots are essential in various industries for automating tasks such as welding, assembly, painting, and material handling. These robots are ideal for enhancing productivity, improving accuracy, and reducing labor costs in manufacturing processes.

On Exapro, alongside competitive pricing, professionals can evaluate essential robot parameters, ensuring they make an informed purchase tailored to their needs. Explore Exapro's collection and enhance your manufacturing capabilities with reliable and efficient industrial robots.

KUKA KR 90 R2700 pro Industrial Robot

Year: 2012

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 2696 mm
Number of axis 6
Control type KR C4

KUKA KR 90 R3100 extra Industrial Robot

Year: 2012

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 3095 mm
Number of axis 6
Control type KR C4

ZAP Robotyka FANUC ArcMate 100iC x2szt; Lincoln Power Wave S350 x2szt; PEHh-3-450 Welding machine Low working hours

Year: 2014

Application type Welding
Reach in mm 1420 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 10 kg

MiR500 AMR with pallet lift and 2 pallet racks Low working hours

Year: 2020

Application type Handling
Control type
Payload in kgs 500 kg

Kuka kr10 R 1100 sixx agilus krc4 Industrial Robot Hot deal Low working hours

Year: 2014

Application type Other
Reach in mm 1100 mm
Control type Pad + Computation SRC + RSI
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 10 kg

ABB IRB 460-110/2.4 Industrial Robot

Year: 2020

Number of axis 4
Payload in kgs 110 kg
Reach in mm 2400 mm
Control type

ABB IRB 1600/ IRC5 single. Industrial Robot

Year: 2012

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 1450 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 6 kg

KUKA KR 90 R2700 PRO Industrial Robot

Year: 2013

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 2700 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 90 kg

ABB IRB 1600/ IRC5 Single Industrial Robot

Year: 2012

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 1450 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 6 kg

ABB IRB 1600/ IRC5 Industrial Robot

Year: 2018

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 1450 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 8.5 kg

OTC Gaihen Industrial robot

Year: 2009

Application type Welding
Reach in mm 2100 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 500 kg

Comau Smart-5 NJ-450-2.7 Industrial robot

Year: 2014

Application type Welding
Reach in mm 2703 mm
Control type Smart NJ
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 450 kg

Kawasaki RS006L Industrial robot

Year: 2020

Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 6 kg
Reach in mm 1650 mm
Control type Kawasaki F60 / E71

Schneider Electric MAXR22R-S42-H42 Industrial robot Low working hours

Year: 2018

Application type Welding
Control type
Number of axis 2

KUKA KR 6 R1820 Industrial Robot

Year: 2019

Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 6 kg
Reach in mm 1820 mm
Control type

MITSUBISHI Scara robot, RH-6FH with controller

Year: 2014

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 550 mm
Control type CR750
Number of axis 4
Payload in kgs 6 kg

ABB IRB 1600 Industrial Robot

Year: 2018

Application type Handling
Reach in mm 145 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 7 kg

ABB IRB 2600 M2004 Industrial Robot

Year: 2011

Reach in mm 1850 mm
Control type M2004
Payload in kgs 12 kg

Doosan Robotics A0509 Industrial robot Hot deal Low working hours

Year: 2020

Application type Other
Reach in mm 900 mm
Control type
Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 5 kg

KUKA KR-240-2 Industrial Robot

Year: 2005

Number of axis 6
Payload in kgs 210 kg
Reach in mm 1100 mm
Control type


Understanding Industrial Robots in the Exapro Miscellaneous Industrial Equipment Marketplace

At Exapro, we connect professionals with top-tier industrial machinery solutions. Within our extensive offerings, the category of Miscellaneous Industrial Equipment includes essential technology such as Industrial Robots. Let’s explore what these robots entail, their importance, and why Exapro is the ideal marketplace for buying or selling them.

What are Industrial Robots?

Industrial robots are automated machines designed to perform repetitive tasks with high precision and efficiency. They are integral to modern manufacturing processes, enhancing productivity, quality, and safety. Industrial robots can be programmed to handle various tasks such as assembly, welding, painting, material handling, and inspection. They are used in multiple industries, including automotive, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and logistics.

Types of Industrial Robots

  1. Articulated Robots: Feature rotary joints and can range from simple two-joint robots to complex systems with ten or more interacting joints. They are highly versatile and commonly used for tasks like welding, assembly, and material handling.
  2. SCARA Robots: (Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm) are ideal for pick-and-place tasks, assembly operations, and high-speed processing. They offer high-speed and precision in a compact form.
  3. Cartesian Robots: Also known as gantry robots, they operate on three linear axes (X, Y, Z) and are used for applications requiring precise movement along these axes, such as CNC machinery and 3D printing.
  4. Delta Robots: Known for their speed and precision, they are used in applications such as food packaging, pharmaceuticals, and electronics assembly.
  5. Collaborative Robots (Cobots): Designed to work safely alongside humans in a shared workspace, enhancing flexibility and efficiency in tasks like assembly, packaging, and inspection.

The Exapro Advantage: Buying & Selling Industrial Robots

Navigating the world of used industrial machinery can be complex, but Exapro simplifies the process. For those looking to purchase, the key benefits are manifold.

Cost-Effectiveness

Acquiring new industrial robots can be a significant financial commitment, especially for small businesses or start-ups. Through Exapro, professionals can obtain these machines at a fraction of the cost of new ones, ensuring exceptional value for money. On our platform, the price range for used industrial robots typically lies between €10,000 and €100,000, reflecting the variety available in terms of age, brand, wear and tear, and additional features.

Quality Assurance

At Exapro, every listing undergoes a thorough evaluation process to ensure each piece of equipment is in excellent working condition and ready for its next operational chapter. This rigorous vetting process guarantees that even used machinery meets high standards of quality and reliability.

Market Reach

Industrial robots are crucial for efficient and precise automation in various industries. Whether you're looking to invest in one or sell it, Exapro offers a platform that ensures convenience, reliability, and value. Embark on the future of automation with Exapro – where innovation meets tradition.

Main Advantages of Industrial Robots

Industrial robots are indispensable in the manufacturing and logistics sectors due to their numerous benefits. Here are the main advantages:

Increased Productivity

These machines can operate continuously without breaks, significantly increasing production rates and efficiency.

Enhanced Precision and Quality

Robots can perform tasks with high precision and consistency, reducing errors and improving product quality.

Flexibility

Modern robots can be programmed for various tasks and can easily switch between different operations, enhancing manufacturing flexibility.

Improved Safety

Robots can perform dangerous tasks, reducing the risk of workplace injuries and enhancing overall safety.

Cost Savings

While the initial investment may be high, robots reduce labor costs and increase efficiency, leading to long-term cost savings.

Main Machine Parameters of Industrial Robots

When evaluating or understanding industrial robots, several key parameters are considered to ensure they meet specific requirements. Here are the main machine parameters:

Payload Capacity

The maximum weight the robot can handle, which determines its suitability for different tasks.

Reach

The maximum distance the robot arm can extend, affecting its ability to work on large or complex assemblies.

Speed

The operating speed of the robot, influencing production rates and efficiency.

Accuracy and Repeatability

The precision with which the robot can position its end-effector, crucial for tasks requiring high accuracy.

Degrees of Freedom

The number of independent movements the robot can perform, affecting its flexibility and capability to handle complex tasks.

Programming Interface

The type of control and programming interface used, affecting ease of use and integration with existing systems.

Environmental Resistance

The robot’s ability to operate in harsh environments, such as those with high temperatures, humidity, or exposure to chemicals.

Area of Use of Industrial Robots

Industrial robots, given their versatility and capacity for high-quality automation, find application in a multitude of areas. Here’s a rundown of the primary areas of use:

Automotive Industry

Used for tasks such as welding, painting, assembly, and material handling, enhancing production efficiency and quality.

Electronics Manufacturing

Essential for precision tasks such as soldering, assembly, and testing of electronic components.

Food and Beverage

Applied in packaging, palletizing, and quality inspection, ensuring high-speed and consistent processing.

Pharmaceuticals

Used for tasks like filling, packaging, and inspection, ensuring compliance with stringent quality standards.

Logistics and Warehousing

Automate material handling, sorting, and packaging processes, enhancing efficiency and reducing labor costs.

Metalworking

Utilized for tasks such as cutting, welding, and material handling, improving precision and productivity in metal fabrication.

Manufacturers of Industrial Robots

Several renowned manufacturers in the robotics industry are known for their quality and innovation. Here are some prominent manufacturers of industrial robots:

ABB

A global leader in robotics and automation technologies, ABB offers advanced robots known for their precision and reliability.

FANUC

Renowned for their high-quality industrial robots, FANUC provides efficient and versatile solutions for various applications.

KUKA

Specializes in robotic automation, offering robust and precise robots designed for high-performance industrial operations.

Yaskawa Motoman

Known for their comprehensive range of industrial robots, Yaskawa Motoman provides reliable solutions for the manufacturing sector.

Universal Robots

Pioneers in collaborative robotics, Universal Robots offers versatile and user-friendly cobots for diverse applications.

Mitsubishi Electric

Offers advanced robotics technology, providing high-quality robots designed for efficiency and precision in manufacturing.

When considering a purchase or researching industrial robots, it's essential to look into these manufacturers' specific models, reviews, and after-sales service. Each brand has its strengths, specialties, and technological innovations that cater to different automation requirements.

Conclusion

Industrial robots are invaluable assets in the manufacturing and logistics sectors, offering high-quality, cost-effective, and efficient solutions for automation. Whether for automotive, electronics, food and beverage, or pharmaceuticals, these robots ensure superior productivity, precision, and safety. With the support of Exapro, acquiring or selling industrial robots becomes a straightforward and reliable process, allowing businesses to focus on what they do best – driving innovation and efficiency in their operations.