Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Industry : Automotive
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%.
With an increase of collaborative robots in manufacturing environments, more and more cobots are working alongside humans.
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.
Robot welding: More efficiency for programming and equipment fabrication The forklift manufacturer Crown relies heavily on robotic welding automation for production of their equipment in the Roding (Germany) facility.
Tufting, one of the most sought-after and classic upholstery styles, is commonly incorporated into the design of furniture.
Throughout a student’s education, the student is taken through a curriculum that shapes him/her in the best way possible for their career path.
Burlington, ON - based Old World Stone, has been providing cut stone for over 30 years.
Encompass Solutions recently sat down with Masterbuilt Director of Information Systems Cristina Robinson to discuss the company's utilization of Encompass solutions' Managed Services, manufacturing top-of-the-line cooking equipment, and the future of Masterbuilt.
A Tier 1 supplier to top global automakers had been using dresspacks on various production-line robots for more than a decade.
In some cases, it is possible to add more flexibility to the robots and thereby extend their application possibilities.
When the German company FRIMO established a plant for gluing interior fittings for the car industry, the opportunity to fully utilize its robots' mobility was decisive.