Industrial Robotics Case Studies
QING, an engineering firm based in the Netherlands, helps companies meet their growth objectives of higher output and quality while at the same time achieving cost reduction, sustainability, efficiency, and flexibility.
The typical customer of today wants individual products on the one hand, but on the other hand also wants low prices.
G-P is exploring the opportunity of using new robotic systems for bulk roll palletizing.
We partnered with UPS to take on the largest full-facility Digital Twin of its kind.
We partnered with UPS’s Advanced Technology Group (ATG) to intelligently experiment new robotic systems faster and smarter.
GEODIS, a leading global supply chain operator, was proactively looking for a way to enhance the process of picking up, delivering, and putting away materials in distribution centers.
The MGP800 series is a small components gripper that is ideal for small spaces and small part size, similar to the application for Erwin Quarder Inc.
FiRAC, a company of Groupe SNEF, is a leading firm that specializes in the design and integration of robotics and automation, specifically in streamlining industrial equipment and processes with intelligent technical solutions.
In order to address the safety concerns of the industrial robots in Qisda’s human-robot collaboration manufacturing line, Touché Solutions provided a complete HRC safety solution – T-Skin.
How One Engineer Achieved Dust-Free Robot Engraving With RoboDK Can you really achieve dust-free robot engraving? One university student used RoboDK and a custom end effector for robot milling without getting wood-chips all of the workshop.
Winterbach, Germany CAM Driven - Diagnostic Test Kit Assembly Client A manufacturing leader and distributor within the medical device, consumable and instrumentation industries.
Fold it, seal it, tape it, box it, pick it, place it — automate it.
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Tomenson Machine Works in Chicago wanted to automate its pin-stamping application to improve quality, profitability, and worker satisfaction.
Surface finishing with a robot — it’s an application you might not have considered before.