Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Pemamek is a global supplier of welding and production automation solutions.
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.
Montreal, CANADA – Promens a.
How MAG optimizes flexible manufacturing systems with simulation Automobile manufacturers are outsourcing ever larger parts of their production to suppliers.
Virtual Manufacturing, a supplier of lean-based production development services, and value-added reseller of Visual Components solutions; understands the power of simulation in production.
Many manufacturers are struggling to keep their production efficient while at the same time responsive to changing market needs.
SMB Technics, a leading Turkish producer of metal processing solutions for the manufacturing industry, was recently competing for a project that required them to propose and present a complete manufacturing solution.
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%.
At Autodesk’s Robotics Lab in San Francisco, CA, Universal Robots are used in research projects exploring new ways to automate the construction industry.
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.