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Industrial Robotics Case Studies

Industry : Robot Manufacturing

Robot Programming Platform Conquers Complex Parts, Outperforms the Competition

POSTED: 01/22/2020

Montreal, CANADA – Promens a.s., Berry Bramlage, is a global plastic fabrication company with a very large product portfolio. One of their European divisions needed a robot programming solution that could handle part variety, complexity and process variability, especially with different robot brands for sanding, spraying and trimming processes. Only after

Acieta’s FANUC Robot Increased Gross Output by 60% for AA Precision Tooling

POSTED: 11/22/2019

The Problem: Needed Increased Output and Productivity AA Precision Tooling, is a small, family owned and operated shop in rural Minnesota with a worldwide mission. The company specializes in manufacturing high precision overflow parts in both large and small quantities, but owner BJ Schrank is also passionate about helping give back

Calculating robot ROI

POSTED: 09/26/2019

How to determine the true cost of robotics Google Trends data demonstrates that web searches for the phrase, “how much does a robot cost?” have doubled since 2009. From heavy duty six-axis arms to SME-friendly collaborative models, robot pricing can vary as wildly as

POWERTRAIN – CASE STUDY

POSTED: 08/23/2019

PLATE PACKING LINE SYSTEM FOR DUAL CLUTCHES In the case of the clutch packs for a dual clutch, the deviations of the friction and clutch plates are optimally equalized. Precision is key here: The thicknesses of the plates are measured and classified with a high

POWERTRAIN – CASE STUDY

POSTED: 08/23/2019

REAR AXLE TRANSFER TRANSMISSION WITH RIGID AXLES The assembly line system includes all measuring and assembly processes for a rear axle transmission, plus additional modules for assembling the axle tubes, side shafts and wheel bearings with the brake modules. Due to the size and weight

Autonomous Robotics: Intel® RealSense™ Technology and BrainOS

POSTED: 07/31/2019

An article written by Intel RealSense Technology. Published on February 8, 2019. It’s predicted that by 2065, Japan’s working population could shrink by as much as 40 percent, to around 45.3 million workers. This has led to a tight labor market – especially in blue collar jobs – with a variety of

Brain Corp Creates New BrainOS To Scale Robotics Across Industries

POSTED: 05/17/2019

This case study was written by Brain Corp in collaboration with NVIDIA for their product showcase. Published on May 17, 2019. Being a leader in software means working with the industry's best-in-class hardware providers. Brain Corp collaborated closely with the NVIDIA Jetson team during development of Whiz, a commercial autonomous vacuum

LEONI B-Flex Brings True Collaborative Cable Management to Cobot Models

POSTED: 12/04/2018

With an increase of collaborative robots in manufacturing environments, more and more cobots are working alongside humans. As these robots are automating tasks, they need to be equipped with the proper content and utilities, which in turn requires proper cable management.  As important as it is for the robots to

Innovation at Work: Vecna Robotics Helps Milton CAT Develop a Flexible Workflow

POSTED: 10/30/2018

In a time of growth and ever-increasing demand, the need to improve the customer experience and ensure employee safety are crucial areas of concern for distribution centers everywhere. Milton CAT Inc. is the official provider of Caterpillar machines, engines, generators, technology, parts, and service in the Northeast U.S. In fact, Caterpillar Inc.

Robots: Saving Your Jobs, Not Destroying Them

POSTED: 08/28/2018

You know the common fear: robots are coming to take your jobs. This fear of new technologies dates back hundreds of years about the inevitable changes that they bring. However, again and again it has proven that while some jobs are lost, they are ultimately replaced with new ones. Past technological

OCTOPUZ Programs Panasonic Welding Robot at Accumetal Manufacturing Inc.

POSTED: 08/14/2018

Just like there are a multitude of robot brands in the industrial robotics industry, there are also a multitude of options for programming. Manual programming, OEM specific software and third party offline programming software are some of the different approaches. OCTOPUZ Offline Programming and Simulation Software is a third-party software solution

Crown relies on FASTSUITE Edition 2 for offline programming of robotic welding cells

POSTED: 08/10/2018

Robot welding: More efficiency for programming and equipment fabrication The forklift manufacturer Crown relies heavily on robotic welding automation for production of their equipment in the Roding (Germany) facility. The results for increased productivity and weld quality are quite impressive and therefore the number of automated welding systems has continued

Removing Production Bottlenecks through Automation

POSTED: 08/07/2018

Tufting, one of the most sought-after and classic upholstery styles, is commonly incorporated into the design of furniture. How is this Victorian button-like look achieved? We got some insight from Fibreline, the largest independently owned

OCTOPUZ: Preparing Students for the New Industry Standard

POSTED: 07/31/2018

Throughout a student’s education, the student is taken through a curriculum that shapes him/her in the best way possible for their career path. Only so much can be covered in the time allotted and it is often difficult for students to pursue their own interests within the field. It is

Stepping Into the Future With Old World Stone

POSTED: 07/25/2018

Burlington, ON - based Old World Stone, has been providing cut stone for over 30 years.  From humble beginnings, they have grown to become one of North America’s premier suppliers of dimensional cut sandstone, limestone, and marble.  At Old World Stone, they combine the traditional craft of cut stone in


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