Industrial Robotics Case Studies
In the eyes of some manufacturers, installing an industrial robot can seem intimidating.
Robotic machine tending can offer a wide range of benefits, whether it is ergonomic relief, increased throughput, or a more streamlined and efficient process overall.
As experienced arc welders become an increasingly scarce resource and mass production amplifies the need for consistent product quality, many companies are at a loss.
When ever-increasing production goals are met with high labor and shipping costs, robots can help manufacturers improve their bottom line.
Unlike many of today’s manufacturing sectors, the aerospace industry tends to stray away from automation.
When asked how his Columbia/Okura robot is perfomring, Big J Milling Co.
Manufacturers use automation to take their operations to the next level.
This case study was written by Brain Corp in collaboration with NVIDIA for their product showcase.
Robotic Palletizing Solution From Honeywell Intelligrated Adds Staffing and Production Flexibility, Avoids Worker Injuries, and Yields Floor Space Savings Please note: “Honeywell Intelligrated” within this case study refers to FKI Logistex.
At Autodesk’s Robotics Lab in San Francisco, CA, Universal Robots are used in research projects exploring new ways to automate the construction industry.
With an increase of collaborative robots in manufacturing environments, more and more cobots are working alongside humans.
Aircraft Tooling, a Texas-based repair center for the aviation industry, was surprised to find that Universal Robots could withstand the high temperatures and harsh environment while performing metal powder and plasma spray processes.
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.
The Copenhagen-based company has increased its productivity on their CNC machines by retrofitting them with RG2 Dual Grippers from OnRobot that significantly decrease cycle times and allows for production to continue after operators have left the workshop.
It takes great finesse to cultivate and deliver tasteful, fresh herbs.