Industry experts cite automation and technology as two key factors helping companies recover in the year ahead. This white paper shows how collaborative robots can play a role in helping companies succeed in the Covid-19 world.
Based in Tacoma, WA, Tool Gauge manufactures precision metal and plastic components for the aerospace industry. Like a lot of U.S. manufacturers, the company faces two main challenges: beating overseas competitors and containing staffing costs in a tight labor market.
Sometimes, the best assembly is no assembly. If a feature can be formed or created in a part, rather than added to the part on the assembly line, then that's one less process step engineers have to worry about.
Headquartered in Columbus, IN, Cummins Inc. manufactures engines, generators, and components for trucks and tractors, such as turbochargers, exhaust systems and filtration products. Cummins engines can be found in trucks, buses, recreational vehicles, construction and agricultural equipment, military vehicles, and even large boats. The company tallied $23.6 billion in sales in 2019.
Manufacturers are turning to collaborative robots in record numbers to solve automation challenges. But what is a collaborative robot, and how can this technology be safely applied to screwdriving processes?
Automation has become easier than ever with collaborative robots. No longer do you need to be a degreed engineer to program robots to handle assembly, screw driving, welding, sanding or inspection tasks. Cobots are user friendly, easy to program and flexible enough to be moved to different areas of your facility.
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
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.
Are cobots right for your company? Aren't cobots just toys? In this section, we debunk the top five myths about cobots. While cobots made up just five percent of the $14 billion industrial-robot market in 2017, they are estimated to jump to 27 percent of a $33 billion market by 2025.