Industrial Robotics Case Studies
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.
BACKGROUND Poly-Wood, LLC is an innovative outdoor furniture company whose mission began in 1990 with two high school friends in an Indiana garage who posed the question, “what happens to all the milk jugs that get recycled?”.
A Tier 1 supplier to top global automakers had been using dresspacks on various production-line robots for more than a decade.
For over 30 years Focus Auto Design Inc, based in Calgary AB, has been manufacturing OEM appearance accessories.
Control Panels USA is a UL508A, UL698A, & UL698B manufacturer of Control Panels and Relay Rack assemblies for clients in a wide range of industries.
Problem: One of our long-term customers in the automotive industry reached out to us for advice on improving a step in their manufacturing line for a new model of vehicle.
Dimic Steel Tech, a metal fabrication and machining service provider in Upland, California uses OCTOPUZ to program their robot, a KUKA KR 16 for MIG welding, from start to finish.
The KINGSTAR Soft Motion platform supports multiple industry-leading EtherCAT Masters to guarantee that devices from different manufacturers can work together seamlessly.
Installing a Universal Robot to pick metal parts out of a press brake solved several automation headaches at Etalex; a Canadian manufacturer of shelving systems that had no room for safety guarding in front of the press and needed a flexible user-friendly robot that could safely handle the pick and place tasks in a high traffic area.
The Challenge A large steel-making facility purchased equipment which included an integrated robot for loading/unloading material.
The Challenge Struggling to meet the demand for their product, our client, a paper and plastic bag fabricator, turned to JMP for help.