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TALOS.EasyPath

LASER SEAM TRACKING SENSOR

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Real time path correction

When a robot welds two parts, it accurately follows the pre-programmed path.

If the pieces to be welded do not have the expected accuracy then the welding will not be done properly.

With Talos.EasyPath the robot corrects its position in real-time so that the final result will be perfect.

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Talos.EasyPath Benefits

High Quality Welding

The exact position of the wire in relation to the joint of the pieces to be welded is the most important factor for a perfect welding.

With Talos.EasyPath, the correct positioning is constantly ensured, as well as the high quality.

Cycle Time Reduction

When the welding point is not fixed, the robot must make one or more touches to find the right position. This takes a lot of time and the production process is slow.

With EasyPath there is NO need to use Touch Sensing. The welding starts at the right position and the motion is corrected continuously.

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EasyPath Sensor Head

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Compact Design

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Extremely-compact sensor

With 79x60x33mm dimensions, Talos.EasyPath is one of the smallest Laser Seam Tracking Sensors in the world.

'Talos.EasyPath' sensor head is extremely small so as not to obstruct the robot's movements. This is very important, especially within limited spaces.

Easy installation

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Flexible installation

The small size of the Talos.EasyPath allows the system integrator to place it in any orientation.

There is the possibility for automatic rotation in run-time.

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Powerful and compact Vision Controller 

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'Talos.EasyPath' controller combines maximum computing power in compact format with a wide range of options for installation inside or outside the robot controller.

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Software intelligence

Jobs and Tasks Organized

The program has been designed to be very easy to use.

We just set Jobs for the robot and create tasks to provide it with the Welding Path needed

Easy Learning

With just a simple click on the desired key-point of a joint shape, Talos.EasyPath instantly learns the target and keeps it for future needs.

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Operating Principle

Laser beam triangulation

A laser beam falls on the surface. The optical sensor captures the seam shape.

An advanced algorithm measures the seam position, gap, and orientation and then transmits this information to the robot controller.

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Connectivity

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Easy connectivity of 'Talos.EasyPath' with various Robot Controllers:

  • Kuka

  • Yaskawa Motoman

  • Fanuc

  • ABB

  • Universal Robots

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