Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Industry : Automotive Component
An industrial-sized problem Imagine that as a tire supplier, you have to deliver 12,000 tires per day to a car manufacturer, just in time and just in sequence – in the exact order in which the cars are assembled on the assembly line and how their customers have ordered – and with numerous different tire types.
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.
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.
While we all dream and work countless hours to land that giant OEM, developing a technical solution, solving their problem(s), and winning the business, but staying close to custom machine integrators is a great way to get projects, keep the orders coming in and have another pair of feet on the street looking for new applications where our SMAC technology differentiates & fits best.
Challenge To provide a conveyor that would accommodate 49 different size bolts while maintaining a common datum.
Recently a customer approached mk North America, Inc.
In this case study, we’ll show you how Midea, the world’s largest producer of major appliances, used Visual Components to increase the capacity and flexibility of a high-end washing machine assembly line, while reducing costs by 15%.
Manufacturers use automation to take their operations to the next level.
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.
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.