KUKA Robotics Corporation
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- Tel: (586) 822-0413
- Fax: (866) 329-5852
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- Member Since 1995
- Robotic Supplier
KUKA Robotics offers a broad range of highly modular robots, covering all common payload categories, from 3 kg to 1000 kg. Over two thirds of the KUKA robots installed in the field use our open architecture PC-based controller, making KUKA the number one PC-controlled robot manufacturer in the world. KUKA controllers are also available for integration with other components of your automation systems. Other products include SoftPLC, Remote Service, KUKA SIM simulation software, Networking Services and a variety of dress packages. In addition, our Systems Partners - experts in their respective industries - offer key technologies that transform the KUKA robot into an application-specific solution. Our advanced KUKA College enables fast learning through flexible training systems that simulate a variety of real-world applications. KUKA Robotics offers a 24-hour service hotline as well as engineering services.
Problem: Medium-sized breweries can survive in a tightening market only with mature marketing concepts and unusual product ideas.
When packaging stamped parts, a KUKA robot reaches out beyond its "natural" work envelope - an advantage which makes investment in a larger robot unnecessary.
Problem: Securing bands which hold crates of empty bottles together during transport back to the filling plant must be cut and removed before the bottles can be washed and refilled.
Problem: (Other Application: Ingress/Egress Seat Testing) Lear Corporation is one of the leading suppliers of automotive seats in the industry.
When working with fruit, gentle handling is essential.
Right out of "1001 Nights" Robot performs handling of perfumes Company: KUKA Robotics Corporation Submitted by: Manuela Schall Contact: ManualaSchall@kuka-roboter.
Problem: A robot is required to palletize soft packages onto a pallet.
Problem: BASF has the right formula ready, not only for manufacturing its vitamin A concentrate, but also for automated palletizing.
DaimlerChrysler's Mercedes A-class body shop relies on a variety of joining processes.
The KUKA robots in use at Südrad, a manufacturer of steel disc wheels, not only have a "firm grip" on the wheels produced there; they have also mastered the art of transferring them to a circular conveyor moving at a variable velocity.
Problem: The user, a medium-sized business, works in three shifts throughout the year, producing toboggans and child seats.
When the textile machine manufacturer Trützschler makes rotary drums for high-performance carding machines, extremely high precision is demanded.