Some of them are necessary for the functioning of the site, but you can decide about others.
We see six-axis, SCARA and cooperative robots as the future of automated manufacturing
Six-axis robots are most often used for "pick and place" operation of production machines, material handling such as rotation and transfer to other positions, stacking in machines or stacking in boxes at the end of lines. Robots are often applied at technology nodes, where in recent years they have replaced inflexible single conveyors. This increases the flexibility of individual devices and simplifies the introduction of new parts into the production line.
A recent hit is cooperative robots that meet demanding safety criteria for machine operation and operation and can work in close proximity with humans.
Turnkey delivery of a fully automated robotic workstation for leak testing equipment for individual heat evaporators.
It is a key tool for increasing efficiency, reducing costs and achieving consistent production quality.
Robots work continuously and at a constant speed, resulting in a significant increase in production capacity and speed.
Accuracy and consistency
Robots perform tasks with minimal error and achieve consistent results, which has a positive impact on product quality.
Reduction of occupational risk
Dangerous tasks and work in challenging conditions can be entrusted to robots, reducing the risk of workplace accidents.
Roboticisation eliminates the need for human labour on routine and repetitive tasks, leading to reduced costs.
Modern robots are able to adapt quickly to changes in the production process, allowing efficient use even when manufacturing different products.
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