Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Epson Robots | Taylor Guitars Testimonial Taylor started in 1974 by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listig, they were the first 2 owners of the company and they're still here today.
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.
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.
CLIENT Black Gold Farms is a nationwide, family-owned potato grower with an appetite for innovation.
Robot-assisted automation in the manufacture of small quantities: This challenge has been accomplished by Darne Sport Composites S.
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.
Around 20 million cutter blades for hair clippers and beard trimmers leave the Philips plant at Klagenfurt every year.
Stäubli Robotics assisting businesses with Cleanroom molding challenges PTG Silicones invested a full year designing and constructing its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility which features a class 100,000 Cleanroom.
Unlike many of today’s manufacturing sectors, the aerospace industry tends to stray away from automation.
Manufacturers use automation to take their operations to the next level.
At Autodesk’s Robotics Lab in San Francisco, CA, Universal Robots are used in research projects exploring new ways to automate the construction industry.
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.