It wouldn’t be an understatement to claim that robots and automation are now critical components of the industrial workplace. While industrial robots have been used sparingly in the past few decades, they are now an indispensable part of the manufacturing process. This is mostly down to how robots can now perform complex tasks while also
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A large part of companies around the world are working on new technology developments to meet every challenge that industrial processes pose and to continue participating in the global market while maintaining their efficiency and competitiveness. It’s important to invest in innovation in order to remain in the market, especially in the foundry process, which
The construction industry is characterized as one of the least digitized industries as it still relies on manual-intensive labor for a series of operations. Experts believe that the industry has yet to meet its absolute potential as robots don’t play a significant role—as yet—in the commercial renovation, demolition or construction processes.
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We currently find many companies interested in introducing automation into their industrial processes, but they are worried about the cost of incorporating the installation, digitization and programming of a robotic system. In various industries, the use of industrial robots has increased compared to common tools in applications such as welding, handling, assembly, pick-and-place, milling and
The current growth of technology has allowed us to create a cooperative alliance between robots and humans, covering a wide range of services and needs to satisfy the client and remain present in the global market. Industrial robots have already entered this era, proving to be useful tools in different processes. The new generation of
Quality control is among the high expectations that many clients have when implementing automation for heavy applications. Managing a company’s quality control is synonymous with optimal efficiency and cost savings, staying competitive in the market is just one of reasons that justify making the investment in robotic quality control technology. Replacing manual revisions can achieve
In industrial automation, the robot’s effectiveness is measured by the characteristics of precision and repeatability. It is very important that, in the productive process, the same task can be carried out continuously while maintaining the same level of precision, which would be the objective to be achieved. In quality tests, one of the most important
Robots are currently working in most operational and industrial fields, and many people are just waiting until the day comes when they’ll be replaced by these systems, but this type of thinking is incorrect. Manufacturers have made developments that have allowed robots and humans to work together as a team, generating greater benefits and competitiveness
One of the great integration solutions in automated painting has been developed by Kuka and Dürr, leaders in production and automation technology; developing an integrated solution procedure for paint