Universal Robots A/S
- , Denmark
- Tel: 45 89 93 89 89
- Fax: 45 38 79 89 89
- Member Since 2012
- Member Since 2012
- Robotic Supplier
Universal Robots make robot technology available to all. We have developed a highly specialized flexible, low-cost robot arm that can be used in almost any industry, where traditional robots are too large, expensive, noisy or inflexible. We base our products on your company’s specific challenges and with our great technological expertise we can streamline your production processes through the automation of monotonous tasks.
Rising wages and the intricate management of the labour force have created a challenging work environment for a Singapore-based company, Sky Engineering. For a long time, this precision engineering company tried to reduce their production costs. They finally succeeded with the implementation of Universal Robots in one of their CNC
Iceland's biggest dairy, Mjólkursamsalan Akureyri, uses two UR5 robots in its production of milk products. Their deployment saves the dairy several man years of monotonous work every year.
The first UR5 robot was installed in September 2011 in connection with modifications to a cream cheese production line.
Traditional robots can substantially boost productivity but generally they are large devices that are application-specific and complex to programme. They need high production volumes to justify both capital cost and integration time. For a manufacturer new to robotics this can be off-putting and also uneconomical if products and batch sizes
Hearing device manufacturer Oticon needed a more flexible robot to handle the tiny hearing device components in its production. The company found the ideal solution in the six-axis robot from Danish company Universal Robots. Employing robots in the production process was not a new concept to Oticon. This
In automotive supplier Lear Corporation’s demand-led production, robot arms from Universal Robots play a crucial role: The lightweight robots assemble car seats by locating, measuring and tightening screws on car seats resulting in shorter throughput time and greater process reliability. Just-in-time assembly is an established production model in the