Industrial Robotics Case Studies
Industry : Automotive
The Challenge The movement of very heavy parts (over 1,000 lbs.
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.
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing lent a hand to 35 students designing and manufacturing a single seat-racing car capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in under five seconds.
In today’s world it is essential that companies run lean and efficient processes while increasing ergonomic and safe work-flows that protect and broaden the work force.
Holding force, lateral force absorption, adaptability to the work piece, long life, environmentally friendly design and a clear reduction in costs: With the suction pads series SAXM, the German producer of vacuum technology J.
Precision hybrid laser welding is a demanding application with strict requirements for precision and vibration free motion.
Kawasaki Robotics US recently turned to Güdel for a 21-meter-long, three-carriage TrackMotion TMF-4 for material handling in a body shop.
In 2008, ORTHOPEDIE BONTOUX, a company that has specialised in the manufacture and adaptation of orthopedic and prosthetic apparatus (orthoses and prostheses) since 1982, created its subsidiary OSIC-CARBONE.
Bremen Castings, a precision CNC machine shop and foundry located in Bremen, Indiana, has a tough job to do.
In automotive supplier Lear Corporation’s demand-led production, robot arms from Universal Robots play a crucial role: The lightweight robots assemble car seats by locating, measuring and tightening screws on car seats resulting in shorter throughput time and greater process reliability.
Faverges (France) - At the beginning of 1998, AXO-SCINTEX in France launched a new production line for the manufacturing of the PEUGEOT 206 taillights.
Automation has supported accelerated growth at Tier-Two and Tier-Three automotive supplier JR Manufacturing, a key link in the Honda supply chain for headrest pillars and welded-wire frames for seats and arm-rest cushions.
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Problem: Katayama American Company, Inc.