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Automation is the competitive advantage you need.
Manufacturers around the world are turning to automation to help solve labor shortages, increase productivity and improve product quality. Collaborative robots provide a cost-effective, flexible, and safe automation solution for a wide range of production tasks.
Why Collaborative Robots?
Collaborative robots are designed to share a workspace with humans, making automation easier than ever before for businesses of all sizes. All of these benefits have made Universal Robots collaborative robots a game-changer for a wide variety of applications.
Relieve machine operators from physically demanding, repetitive work and eliminate the risk of injuries on the job. A collaborative robot can be used to tend machines such as CNC, injection molding, press brakes, stamping presses and more to free employees for more valuable tasks.
Streamline your material handling, packaging and palletizing, bin picking, labeling and kitting operations with collaborative robots. Cobots with innovative grippers, computer vision, and machine-learning systems can pick up a wide range of objects even in unstructured environments such as bins or totes.
Collaborative robots can handle Arc, TIG, laser, MIG, ultrasonic, plasma, and spot welding, as well as soldering and brazing. Add flexibility, efficiency, and freedom to all of your welding processes while maintaining consistently high weld quality.
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Collaborative robots are cost-effective, safe, and flexible to deploy. Collaborative robots – or cobots – are making automation easier than ever, even for small and mid-sized companies.
If you’re still wondering where you should get started in your facility, watch your people at work, then ask yourself these questions:
Where are people waiting for some aspect of the task process to be completed? What tasks are clearly too simple for people to be wasted on? What tasks can be unbundled or has many sub-tasks? What are employees doing with their hands?
Watch Universal Robots in action.
If you’re new to collaborative robots, these videos will help you understand what an investment in Universal Robots can do in your operation.
NEFF Case Study: Universal Robots machine tending application at Indiana engine manufacturer.
UR Case Study: Universal Robots CNC tending application at Indiana fire hose manufacturer.
UR Video: Universal Robots automating pick and place tasks and working with humans.
Vectis Case Study: Universal Robots welding application at solar panel manufacturer.
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