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.
Tacoma, Washington-based Tool Gauge manufactures precision metal and plastic components and assemblies for the aerospace industry. With long-term customer contracts that can't be renegotiated, Tool Gauge turned to automation to help mitigate and contain staffing costs in a tight labor market.
Nine UR10 collaborative robots deployed at the manufacturer’s plant in Hamilton, Ohio, have opened new avenues of growth for the company manufacturing high-tech suspension solutions for the automotive industry.
Cobots have become a fundamental game changer on the automotive factory floor. Led by automotive robotics expert David Cappellani of Universal Robots, this 60-minute webinar will help guide those seeking to learn how collaborative robots are being used in automotive
This 60-minute webinar will give you the info you need to get started: cobot basics and why they’re so easy to get up and running, how to select the best tasks for cobots to take over, whether or not you can DIY or need an integrator to get set up, and the business case for cobots that your CFO cannot deny.
With the continued growth of collaborative robots’ usage, more and more industries are looking towards cobots to improve production and help resolve labor shortage. Cobots offer flexibility which can be applied to a wide range of applications and be deployed with varying levels of automation expertise.
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?