Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Industry : Automotive
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.
Summary: High demands on products as well as high time and cost pressure are decisive competitive factors across all industries and sectors.
In spite of advancing digitalization, the following still applies: Manual workstations are indispensable, because automation is not always profitable with small batch quantities or complex processes.
MODERN PRINTING COMPANY MAKES MATERIAL HANDLING AUTOMATION A COMPETITIVE DIFFERENTIATOR For over 100 years, Cober Solutions has thrived in the commercial printing business while the industry as a whole has declined.
A foundry, making different car suspension parts, was using a gripper with a dust cover to grind and deburr parts out of a press.
Montreal, CANADA – Promens a.
THE CHALLENGE: TRADITIONAL MATERIAL HANDLING UNSAFE AND INFLEXIBLE With 40 years of experience, Sunview Patio Doors (Sunview) is a leader in their industry.
Around 20 million cutter blades for hair clippers and beard trimmers leave the Philips plant in Klagenfurt every year.
No machine shop would turn down global industry leaders like Volvo, Renault, and Scania when they come calling with orders – even if it means pushing capacity and productivity to the limit.
How MAG optimizes flexible manufacturing systems with simulation Automobile manufacturers are outsourcing ever larger parts of their production to suppliers.
Robot-assisted automation in the manufacture of small quantities: This challenge has been accomplished by Darne Sport Composites S.
100 percent humidity, 43°C ambient temperature and a pH of 9: in such conditions, the deployment of robots poses real challenges.
The assembly of pressure relief valves for the ventilation of car engine crankcases is a detailed process that presents multiple challenges: an annual output of three million units, tolerances in the hundredth of a millimeter range and strict quality assurance procedures call for a superior automation solution.
To maintain competitive production costs in traditionally high-wage countries such as Austria while guaranteeing customers goods of consistently high quality, precision parts manufacturer Redtenbacher has opted for an exceptionally high degree of automation.