There’s a lot of fear surrounding robots’ potential to steal jobs from American workers. However, historically, automation has created jobs we weren’t aware could even exist. So what does the future of automation and American jobs look like? And why are many optimistic?
Equipment in automotive factories is often subjected to extreme or hazardous conditions. At the same time, automotive manufacturing requires extreme precision and repeatability. Electromechanical actuators are perfectly suited for creating a safe and still effective environment.
Robotic ultrasonic cutting is a new technology with enormous potential to replace more traditional cutting processes. Ultrasonic cutting is already being implemented in a wide variety of applications all over the world. So what is ultrasonic cutting? What is it used for? What are the benefits?
The robotics market is large and complex, and growing faster than ever before. Robotic technology is widely adopted in the industrial sector and is only expected to grow in popularity as robots become more sophisticated and useful.
Some of the first robots introduced in the industrial manufacturing environment were made for welding. Continued advancements in industrial robot technology are making robots much more commonplace today, particularly in non-traditional applications. Due to the safety and efficiency of newer robots, welding automation is quickly becoming the norm.
The industrial internet of things (IIoT) is revolutionizing the manufacturing landscape. Driven by Cloud technology, the IIoT is making robotic automation more viable for manufacturers, leading to increased speed of production and productivity.