Different robot Sevices, such as FANUC, Epson, Yaskawa/Motoman, and ABB, all have their own maintenance manual that you’ll want to refer to for scheduling preventative maintenance. For example, FANUC recommends conducting
certain preventative maintenance checks daily, every 600 hours, and every 5,000 hours of operation. Meanwhile, Epson provides daily, monthly, quarterly, biannual, and annual maintenance inspection checkpoints.
Use these manufacturer-recommended timetables to schedule your preventative maintenance and follow through on it. Regularly inspecting your industrial robots helps keep small problems from escalating into larger issues, as well
as allows your maintenance team to work around peak production schedules.