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COMPANY PROFILE

Stäubli Robotics

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  • Member Since 1990
  • Robotic Supplier

Known worldwide for the quality of its methods and processes for over a century, the Stäubli group has expanded its mechanical engineering know-how and its technological innovativeness to robotics. Featuring high productivity and precision, Stäubli robots offer solutions for all industries. The comprehensive product range includes small 4-axis SCARA as well as heavy-duty robots operating with payloads of over 250 kg and is completed by controllers, software and professional applications of unrivaled quality and performance.

Stäubli offers a wide variety of food solutions: from upstream process to palletization, through packing and packaging - we have dedicated solutions for your specific needs. We also feature a complete robot range for wet environments, making them perfect for food precessing and washdown.

Other industries we have specialized robots for are solar, pharmeceutical, painting, assembly, and plastics- giving us the competitive edge.

Case Studies

Staubli Robotics – Partner of the Automotive Industry

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Over recent years, Stäubli Robotics has established a reputation as a reliable partner of the automotive industry. Manufacturers and leading suppliers in the Tier 1 and OEM categories all around the world now utilize Stäubli robots. TS series SCARA robots, the six-axis RX and TX models as well as numerous

Staubli Machine Tool Automation

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Endurance test for a robot Klubert + Schmidt, a prominent supplier of components to manufacturers of commercial vehicles, recently provided a prime example of the extreme demands made on robotics in the loading and unloading of machine tools. It was only with the installation of a sturdy and reliable

High-Tech Robotic Solutions in Milk Testing

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Milk is among the most strictly regulated foods in the market. As one of the agencies responsible for implementing the Milk Quality Ordinance in Germany, the Milchprüfring Bayern (MPR; Bavarian Association for Raw Milk Testing) testing organization operates conceivably the world’s largest and most modern laboratory (in Wolnzach, Germany). The

Automated Seat Testing with Precision Robots

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Setting quality standards When it comes to car seats, automobile manufacturers leave nothing to chance, because they know that this item is crucial not only for the passengers’ comfort but also for their safety. The seat is the interface between the driver and the vehicle and must satisfy a

Assembly of Parking Distance Sensors Using Robots

POSTED: 04/26/2013

A high-precision task The production of around 200,000 parking distance sensors daily represents an exceptional challenge for automation. In particular, assembly of the contact pins and associated integrated quality control requires the utmost precision whilst maintaining high-speed duty cycles. At prestigious systems manufacturer Kutzschbach Electronic, the decision was

Plastic Components Milled by Robots

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Quantum leap in technology Although the design of plastic exterior parts for the automotive industry is nowadays performed using sophisticated computer systems, traditional mold-making and hand-finishing methods still dominate production. Austrian premium manufacturer POLYTEC is now using state-of-the-art robotic machining, and is thriving on it. POLYTEC CAR STYLING

Robots Coat Headlamp Lenses

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Hi-tech for a clear view Protective coatings on modern plastic headlamp lenses are considered an absolute necessity nowadays. Pioneering automation technology facilitates the application of transparent protective layers that are only a few microns thick. GfO Gesellschaft für Oberflächentechnik AG is Europe’s leading system provider of high-quality

High-Precision Laser Cutting in the Automotive Industry

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Innovative solution The multiple advantages of laser cutting have established this thermal separation process as a viable option for a range of applications in the automotive industry. Indeed, it is the first choice for non-contact precision cutting of various materials where minimum use of force is a main criterion.

Reliable Mass Production of Brake Light Switches

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Eight million units per year The production of eight million brake light switches annually is subject to its own set of priorities. Flexibility is less important here than other factors such as maximization of output and reliability of process. A pioneering plant with an efficient precision injection molding machine

Precision Assembly with a Six-Axis Robot

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Continental Automotive Electronics in Sejong City (South Korea) operates an innovative circuit board assembly line that makes use of a six-axis TX60 precision robot supplied by Stäubli. In the past, assembly of the printed circuit boards was done manually in a three-shift operation. For some time now, assembly work

Specialist in humid environment finish

POSTED: 04/26/2013

Deburring and cleaning with specialized robots The REZ robotic deburring cells manufactured by Maschinenbau Silberhorn GmbH use water jets at up to 2,000 bar to simultaneously deburr and clean vehicle components. At the heart of the plant are special HE spec Stäubli robots that are designed for wet room

The RX170 hsm: One-stop Solution for CFRP Machining

POSTED: 04/26/2013

The use of innovative lightweight materials such as carbon fiber is expanding rapidly in the automotive industry, but these composites have their own set of rules for machining purposes. Stäubli has developed an impressive solution for the fast and accurate processing of composite materials with the innovative RX170 hsm machining

Stäubli Corporation - Robotics in aseptic drug manufacturing

POSTED: 10/18/2012

Challenge - Optimizing system safety in RABS and isolators Pharmaceutical manufacturing presents unique challenges. In order to enhance safety and quality, the industry has adopted Advanced Aseptic Processing (AAP) systems, using automation, robotics, machine vision and separative devices to prevent contamination. Separative devices include Restricted Access Barrier

Staubli robots provide the ideal solution for injection moulding specialists

POSTED: 06/06/2012

The integration of multi-axis robots within the trade injection moulding sector is gaining pace as moulders increasingly realise the benefits of automation. Frequently, an initial reluctance to adopt multi-axis robot solutions stems from partial appreciation of the cost/benefit profile achievable by using the latest automation equipment. One of the first injection

Six axis robots benefit plastic molders

POSTED: 05/30/2012

Plastic injection moulders are increasingly adding value to their activities by incorporating additional operations such as in mould decoration, insert loading and finishing/assembly activities into the basic demolding cycle. These extra tasks are changing the traditional approach that the sector has taken to automation and in particular to the selection

Robot Arm Lends a Hand for Remote Breast Exams

POSTED: 04/25/2012

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Robotic Deburring

POSTED: 04/18/2012

The customer in this case is in the early stages of including flexible automation in the processing of precision shafts, gears and housings. The plant uses dozens of machine tools, various heat treat and material treatment facilities and assembly equipment for the manufacture of power transmission equipment. The plant operates

Stäubli RX robots are simulating the actions of vehicle drivers to test the reliability of satellite navigation equipment at Siemens Automotive AG, Regensberg factory in Germany.

POSTED: 04/11/2012

Five Stäubli RX robots are being used for testing in car satellite navigation equipment at Siemens’ Regensberg plant. Three RX60 models are used for mechatronic final testing on the automated assembly lines, the robot’s precision allowing specific testing of the buttons and rotational transducers. A fourth is used at

Stäubli robots increase productivity by 33% at Simpson Strong-Tie

POSTED: 04/04/2012

Two Stäubli RX90L six axis robots, manufacturing construction connectors at Simpson Strong-Tie, have improved productivity by 33% and provide a useful additional degree of flexibility to the production line at their Tamworth factory. Modern house building techniques increasingly call for factory assembled roof and flooring modules to minimize construction

Dramatic productivity improvements achieved at ITW Envopak using Stäubli RXplastics robots

POSTED: 03/28/2012

Six axis robotics are increasingly being used in injection moulding shops, bringing more flexibility and additional functionality to automated demoulding. Using one robot to service two independent IMMs is rather unusual, but this is how security product specialists, ITW Envopak, have dramatically improved productivity at their main moulding facility in


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