Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Application: Arc Welding
The earliest printed circuit boards, patented by Austrian inventor Paul Eisler in 1943, were assembled by hand.
Montreal, CANADA – Promens a.
Project Summary: A lawn tool company looking for a self-contained welding system that met specific quality and affordability requirements found their solution with a reconditioned cell from RobotWorx.
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.
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.
As experienced arc welders become an increasingly scarce resource and mass production amplifies the need for consistent product quality, many companies are at a loss.
Aircraft Tooling, a Texas-based repair center for the aviation industry, was surprised to find that Universal Robots could withstand the high temperatures and harsh environment while performing metal powder and plasma spray processes.
You know the common fear: robots are coming to take your jobs.
Just like there are a multitude of robot brands in the industrial robotics industry, there are also a multitude of options for programming.
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.
Tufting, one of the most sought-after and classic upholstery styles, is commonly incorporated into the design of furniture.
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.
Burlington, ON - based Old World Stone, has been providing cut stone for over 30 years.
For over 30 years Focus Auto Design Inc, based in Calgary AB, has been manufacturing OEM appearance accessories.
Invata Intralogistics, experts in advanced automation systems, selected Velox Machine Guarding to protect its new 465,000 square foot omni-channel fulfillment center.