Arsenal Products’ robotic adhesive dispensing systems leverage the accuracy and repeatability of a Universal Robot. The UR robot paired with precision dispensing controls ensures your process is up and running quickly… in hours, not days, weeks, or months. The Universal Robot’s intuitive programming interface means you can deploy a precision dispensing system rapidly with no programming experience.
While most robotic dispensing systems provide a 3-axis motion, pairing our robotic adhesive dispensing kit with a 6-axis Universal Robot gives you precision dispensing in any configuration or orientation. As a result, you achieve the greatest flexibility and fastest deployment.
Our dispensing kits are integrated with the entire Universal Robot platform. The robotic adhesive dispensing kit can be used with the UR3, UR5, UR10, and UR16 robots interchangeably. All of our dispense kits come with an end effector, pressure control box, mounting hardware, pre-labled plug-and-play wiring (6’ cables), and a starter program to get you DISPENSING IN HOURS… not days, weeks, or months.

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Precision Dispensing Control:

The Arsenal dispensing kits utilize the Universal Robot’s Polyscope programming environment to handle all pneumatic dispensing controls. This means no external 3rd party controller to manage your pressure and vacuum pullback settings. The graphical programming environment within UR’s Polyscope software ensures your adhesive process is up and running quickly. In hours, not days, weeks, or months. No prior programming knowledge is required. Don’t settle for a g-code based robotic solution based on outdated technology.

Pressure and vacuum settings are defined through the robot controller and can be changed dynamically as required. Our system does not require a manual regulator to define pressure settings. This results in precise control of your dispense path for proper start of a bead, minimal stringing at the end of a bead/dot, and constant robot speed for the smoothest possible operation. Pressure defined by the robot also allows for a variety of bead sizes and shapes in a single robot program without the operator having to manually adjust a regulator. This makes high mix, low volume applications easier to setup and manage on your manufacturing floor.

Fluid Applications:

  • Cyanoacrylate, UV cure adhesives, RTV and silicone adhesives and sealants, epoxy
  • Silicone for medical applications
  • Conformal coatings. application of flux, and potting compounts
  • Primers, accelerators, and activators
  • Electrically conductive adhesives
  • Thermoset and thermostatic resins