Industrial Robotics Case Studies
RobotWorx recently worked with Crystal Coast Composites to design a cutting & sanding workcell for processing fiberglass parts.
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.
PLC controlled robots are not a magic bullet, but can provide cost savings to manufacturers by limiting the specialized support traditionally needed to manage robotic automation.
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 camera-supported alignment and measuring system ensures precise, fast measurement of straightness and flatness in mechanical engineering Straightness and alignment are essential for trouble-free plant operation, especially with large machine components and rail constructions.
Bikefitting system with IDS camera leads professional athletes to success Cycling is a popular sport.
A foundry, making different car suspension parts, was using a gripper with a dust cover to grind and deburr parts out of a press.
Self-learning robots solve tasks with the help of an Ensenso 3D camera Trying out different behaviours is one of the classic learning methods.
In terms of volume and mass, wood is the most important raw material worldwide.
Digitalisation does not stop at the pharmaceutical industry.
Client A Medical Device Manufacturer that develops and produces devices and medical instruments for global Medical customers.
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.
The earliest printed circuit boards, patented by Austrian inventor Paul Eisler in 1943, were assembled by hand.
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