Robot Servicing and Maintenance
We pride ourselves in providing technical servicing and support for all our customers, as we believe expert service goes beyond delivering industry-leading robotic and automation solutions.
Our experienced and dedicated team are strategically located throughout New Zealand to help optimize equipment utilization through comprehensive, value-added support programs designed to ensure maximum robot performance and return on investment over the life of the asset.
We currently service and maintain more than 200 robots operating throughout New Zealand. These include successful installations of robotic applications such as MIG/MAG welding of ferrous and nonferrous metals, plasma welding and cutting, routing of fiberglass and plastics, materials handling and packaging, palletizing, machine and press brake tending applications.
Our Robot Maintenance Guide to Requirement and Cost:
Autoline has a fixed pricing schedule for servicing robot manipulators to allow customers the ease of mind when budgeting for a robot service with no additions to the cost quoted unless these items are not detailed in the service schedule.
As part of our service, we include a full set of consumables consisting of a front welding liner, insulator, tip body, ceramic baffle, nozzle, and a box of welding tips. We include this to ensure you have immediate welding improvements after the service.
The manufacturer (Yaskawa and OTC Daihen) recommendation is to service a robot every 2 years or 6000 servo hours. A typical service consists of full lubrication and replacement of all encoder back up batteries. Replacement of encoder back up batteries is essential to maintain correct encoder positions as these cannot be restored with a backup of data and if allowed to fully discharge, can involve extensive reprogramming of your robot and an urgent service call out.