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KUKA Announces Availability of its New KR FORTEC

KUKA new KR FORTEC

KUKA announces that the new KR FORTEC is now available – including with an extended arm that handles loads of 240 kg across a reach of 3700 mm. Technically, this heavy-duty robot fits between the KR QUANTEC and KR FORTEC ultra. Cross-model modularization ensures a high transmissibility of robot series components.

“We developed the KR FORTEC to achieve a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and to launch a resource-saving product on the market. The KR FORTEC is up to 700 kg lighter than its predecessor,” explained Maximilian Pettkuhn, Portfolio Manager at KUKA. For customers, modularization means lower costs for spare part storage.

Service-proven KUKA quality

The KR FORTEC exemplifies reliability, with a long, trouble-free operating time and low maintenance requirements. Optimized accessibility makes maintenance work effortless and quick. The two in-line wrists adopted from the KR QUANTEC and KR FORTEC ultra models are waterproof and dustproof as standard equipment. Beyond that, the KR FORTEC can operate between 0° C-55° C. Several foundry variants are available for harsh and dirty environments.

Greater reach via the linear axis

The working envelope of the KR FORTEC can be expanded with the KL 4000 linear unit – which is modularly adaptable between 1.5 m and 30 m. A further advantage: the KR QUANTEC also fits on the KL 4000. For cooperation with the KR FORTEC ultra on the same linear unit, the KL 5000 is simply selected. This allows customers to continue to adapt and combine products easily to meet individual requirements.

Source: KUKA

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