The UR+ (pronounced “UR Plus”) program validates plug and play end of arm tools (EOAT) and accessories like grippers, vision, software and robot stands. These products and accessories have been tested and certified to work seamlessly with UR cobots.
Soft Robotics Inc. has introduced a new version of its mGrip soft gripper technology for collaborative robots. Called coDrive, the gripper has its own control logic and an independent air source, so the device can be used in applications without the need to be tethered to source of pressurized air.
Cobots from Universal Robots are bringing flexible automation to manufacturers of all sizes. From assembly to painting, from palletizing to screw-driving, or injection molding to welding our family of robot arms can help you achieve greater productivity to compete in a global market.
With the UR+ Partner Program, Universal Robots launched the world’s first ecosystem of third-party end-effectors and other add-ons for collaborative robots. This business model was not the only path we could have chosen to complete our robotic arms, so why did we select it?
With our 3 kg, 5kg, and 10kg payload cobots, the opportunities to automate are endless. Curious on the other performance and technical details of our collaborative robots? View our Technical Details infographic to learn more.
We are lowering barriers to automation with the Universal Robots Academy, high quality training on automation and UR cobots. We constantly strive to make the advantages of collaborative robots (cobots) in the workplace accessible to all.
Meet the World's #1 Collaborative Robot, The e-Series Cobot! There are boundless applications you can find the cobot in, from packaging and palletizing, machine tending, injection molding, assembly, and so much more, The Universal Robot e-SERIES cobot offers unlimited possibilities for automation.
The UR+ Partner Program is a leading product platform designed to help our customers automate their applications in the easiest and most efficient manner. To date, there are over 170 industry-leading products in the UR+ ecosystem that have been certified to work with Universal Robots cobots in a "plug-and-play" fashion.
Two primary challenges facing manufacturers today are their inability to fill open positions, and the immense costs associated with workplace injuries. These factors add up to one conclusion, amidst a labor shortage that is constricting the availability of skilled workers: on-the-job injuries place a heavy toll on manufacturers.