Industrial Robotics Case Studies
The typical customer of today wants individual products on the one hand, but on the other hand also wants low prices.
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.
Winterbach, Germany CAM Driven - Diagnostic Test Kit Assembly Client A manufacturing leader and distributor within the medical device, consumable and instrumentation industries.
Tomenson Machine Works in Chicago wanted to automate its pin-stamping application to improve quality, profitability, and worker satisfaction.
Pemamek is a global supplier of welding and production automation solutions.
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.
Customer An industry leader that produces and sells devices and consumables within the medical device and science industries.
The University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is home to 27,000 students, with approximately 3,000 students enrolled in its engineering study programs.
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.
A Global Supplier of SMT Machines, Looking to Scale Europlacer is the world’s largest independent global supplier of surface-mount technology (SMT) pick and place machines.
A foundry, making different car suspension parts, was using a gripper with a dust cover to grind and deburr parts out of a press.
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.