We currently have a dynamic market that demands flexible manufacturing systems with higher quality, productivity, and lower costs. The welding industry is one of the processes that has managed to achieve the goals imposed by the market through developments and alternatives to maintain competitiveness in the market.
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The use of robots in manufacturing applications has revolutionized industrial processes by eliminating the risks human workers faced from dangerous activities such as spot welding and mining. Industrial robots are more efficient and cost-effective than people are, and therefore, provide products of more consistent quality and with greater throughput. For a long time since their
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Robotic automation improvements are the order of the day. Currently, there is a great demand for technology, especially in the industrial sector. But acquiring robotic automation has a high cost as it is always improving. Different modifications include price improvements, speed improvements, time improvements, energy efficiency improvements, precision and repeatability improvements. They continually and opportunely
Scara robots have been designed to optimize the tasks of assembling small parts. They can be efficiently used to perform tasks as they can handle high speeds, and provide excellent repeatability and great load capacity and inertia. ABB released a Robot Control Mate plugin for its RobotStudio simulation and its offline programming software that has
Professor Pedro Cárdenas, from the Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering at the National University of Colombia (UNAL), and a group of students of Mechatronic Engineering—Juregn Krejci, Alejandro Marín, Sebastián Realpe, Johan Ramírez, and Luis Rodríguez—developed a new robotic classification system as part of the final project of their Robotics course. They used spare parts
A common perception of robots is that they’re high-cost and high-maintenance resources. To some extent, this is true as most unused manufacturing robots can cost anywhere between USD 50,000 to 80,000 and require regular upgrades.
We are living through one of the most difficult moments of humanity, as we fight against a highly contagious virus that has led us to isolate ourselves. COVID-19 has taken many lives, but during this trying time, we have identified something that is in favor of “technology.” The economy has suffered considerable variations. Millions of
The ceramic manufacturing application developed by industrial robots has adjusted the precision and flexibility for handling the different shapes and materials used thanks to the advances in technology. The potential that industrial robots have developed has been a collaborative tool for those artists with views focused on finding improvements and quality in their works. You