Fanuc industrial robots are a type of robot that is used in many industries across the world. They can be found in factories, warehouses and other places where automation is needed to help with repetitive tasks. The first Fanuc was created in 1973 by Fanuc Corp., which is based in Japan. The company has been making industrial robots for over 40 years now and continues to do so today with great success!
The main purpose behind these machines is to reduce human error while increasing productivity at the same time. This means that if you have an assembly line where workers need to perform repetitive tasks like picking up parts from bins or placing them onto conveyor belts then this would be an ideal place for one of these machines! They’re also great if you need something more complex done such as machine tending (manipulating tools) or spot welding because they can perform those functions much faster than any human could ever hope too!

What We Buy

We buy all types of Fanuc and Universal Industrial Robots including:

• FANUC ArcMate Series 100iD, 100iC, 100iB, 120iC
• FANUC R Series 2000iA, 2000iB and 2000iC
• FANUC M Series 710iC, M-10iD, M10-iA, M-20iA, M-20iB/25, M420iC
• FANUC Paint Series 250iB, 250iA,  50iB, P-350iA, P-40iA
• UNIVERSAL Robots Series UR16e, UR10e, UR5e, UR3e, UR10, UR16, UR5 and UR3 collaborative robots

How to Sell Your Used Surplus Industrial Robots

The first step is to assess and evaluate your used Fanuc industrial robots. This can be done by a qualified technician or engineer, who will examine the condition of each robot and determine its value based on factors such as age, wear and tear, functionality and more. Once you have this information in hand, it’s time to sell your surplus Fanuc industrial robots!
If you’re interested in selling your used Fanuc industrial robots but don’t know where or how – don’t worry! We have years of experience buying used surplus Fanuc industrial robots from clients all over the world (and we speak English). Our team has access to multiple buyers who are looking for exactly what you have: secondhand robotics equipment at great prices!

Advantages of Selling Used Surplus Industrial Robots

There are many advantages to selling your used surplus industrial robots.
• Financial benefits: Selling your old or surplus industrial robots can be lucrative as well as environmentally friendly. You’ll get paid for the value of your robot, which you may have invested a lot of money into buying and maintaining over the years. You might even be able to make a profit from selling it!
• Environmental benefits: If you’re looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint and help the environment, then selling your old or surplus robots is one way of achieving this goal. By recycling these machines instead of sending them straight into landfill sites where they will sit unused until they break down completely (which could take decades), we’re doing our bit towards reducing pollution while also helping out our customers who need cheap second-hand industrial robots without compromising on quality or performance capabilities – something no other company can offer right now because there aren’t any other companies out there like us yet…

Where to Buy Used Tested Robots

There are many online sources that you can use to buy used surplus Fanuc & Universal industrial robots. You can also find them offline, but be sure to check the quality of the product and its certification before purchasing it.
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How to Choose the Right Used Industrial Robot

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing the right used industrial robot for your application.
Safety: The safety of your employees and surrounding environment is always top priority, so make sure that you choose a model with reliable safety features such as redundant brakes and sensors. Reliability: Your production line will only run smoothly if your new robot performs at peak performance levels all day long, so look for models that have been tested in harsh environments by industrial customers like yours before being sold as surplus equipment. Performance: You want to be sure that any new machine can handle the workload required by its application while keeping costs down at the same time–this means looking at things like payload capacity (how much weight it can lift), speed range (how fast or slow it moves), accuracy tolerance (how precise its movements need to be), repeatability/repeatability index (% error between cycles). Cost: Of course cost is important too! You’ll have some budget constraints when purchasing new equipment; don’t forget about maintenance costs over time too!