Arm-manipulators Pulse are intended to automate industrial and commercial workflows as well as education and research projects. These products are suitable for any applications that demand consistent performance and super precise positioning. The most efficient are in repetitive tasks that have minimum variations in parameters of process, for example, machine tending, pick-and-place, gluing, etc.
Because of robots’ six degrees of freedom and modular design, a robot imitates the human upper limb. It means that PULSE robots’ available degree of freedom can cope with 95% of all production tasks.LEARN MORE
Barista coffee robot
Robot Barista - Robotic coffee shop - is the most advanced solution for coffee bar today. There is only one worker - a robot barista which brews delicious coffee for customers 24/7.
All the work around serving and brewing great drinks are done by robot barista, alike a real human barista.This robotic service is smart, quick and allows your customers to enjoy coffee experience anytime of the day.LEARN MORE
FMI motor is synchronous alternating-current frameless actuator with superior torque density. Brushless AC motors are basically stator kits and rotor. You application will be driven to a new level of efficiency with little size vs. high power-to-ratio frameless actuators. There won’t be any jerkiness as low cogging torque provides only smooth rotation. FMI motor can function efficiently both as a direct-driven actuator and easily can be combined with other components, such as reducers or bearings for delivering advanced motion solutions.LEARN MORE
The RDrive is an all-in-one robotic joint. It features hollow-shaft high-torque servos in different sizes. A controller, a frameless motor, two absolute magnetic encoders and a strain-wave gear - are all situated under a single housing for achievement of controllability and the precision of remarcable motion. The products’ quality is guaranteed as 90% of components are manufactured in house. RDrive applications vary from model building, entertainment to industrial machinery and robotics.LEARN MORE
ROBOTS IN MANUFACTURING
When you hear the word “robot” you often think of famous Hollywood humanoid characters, but robots are undramatic devices programmed to do specific repetitive functions. They are used to transform the way humans live toward high standards by facilitating robotic technologies adoption and utilization. In a modern world where robots work side-by-side with people, the living standards will be improved: people will be able to embrace creativity while robots do a dull job.
Tasks that are too complex for humans can also be done by robots. Robots have multiple uses starting from welding parts on auto assembly lines to interacting with humans in the service industry. You might not feel like you are interacting with service robots when you use the self checkout at the store or purchase tickets from a kiosk in the cinema. But robots are widely used in many industries and they obviously impact everyday life in the service capacity.
Manufacturing and robots are a natural partnership. Today robotics takes a major part in the manufacturing landscape. Automated manufacturing solutions is a key part of any operations that aims for competitive advantage, maximum efficiency and safety. Manufacturing robots reduce margins of error to negligible rates, automate repetitive tasks and enable humans to focus on more productive operation’s areas.
Here are some uses of robots in manufacturing:
Material-handling applications, where robots transfer material or work parts from one location to another, load and unload them. A lot of these operations are relatively simple: robots pick up parts from one conveyor and put them on the second one. But some operations are more complex, where robots place parts onto pallets in an arrangement which is calculated by the robot.
Processing operations, where robots manipulate a tool to perform a process on the work part. Some examples of such applications are spot welding, spray painting and continuous arc welding. Automobile bodies spot welding is one of the most popular industrial robot applications in the United States.
In robotic processing operations, the robot manipulates a tool to perform a process on the work part. Examples of such applications include spot welding, continuous arc welding, and spray painting. Spot welding of automobile bodies is one of the most common applications of industrial robots in the United States.
Another application of industrial robots is assembly and inspection. Because of the high cost of manual labour in this area, the use of industrial robots is expected to increase. Robots are programmable, so one strategy for assembly work is a production of multiple product styles in batches and reprogram robots between them. An alternative strategy is a production of different product styles mixture in the same assembly cell. Each robot in the cell identifies the style of the product as it arrives and after executing the appropriate task for the unit. Another area of growing robots utilization is inspection. In this job the robot positions a sensor with respect to the work parts and determines whether this part meets all the quality specifications.
Manufacturing with robotic process automation allows organizations to remain competitive globally by offering offshoring viable alternative and fulfilling the skills gap in the places where it might be difficult to employ necessary staff. Robots allow people to focus on efficiency, innovations and other. With dedicated manufacturing automation solutions in place, a company can increase productivity, improve workers’ satisfaction and safety.
PROFESSIONAL ROBOTS FOR ALL YOUR BUSINESS OPERATIONS
We are here to help with robotics consulting, choosing the right robot, install the robot, and service industrial collaborative professional robots. Professional robots with 4-axis articulated arm can perform a host of tasks like pick-and-place, soldering, screwing, gluing, painting, etc. You can choose between pick-and-place robots; machine tending robots; painting robots; injection molding robots; lab testing robots; welding robots; gluing robots; quality control robots; polishing and deburring robots.
ROBOTS IN INDUSTRIES
Different industries where robotic applications are now being used have increased. The supply of robots is increasing every day and they are more readily available, enabling more different sized businesses to be an owner of a specific type of robot. Here are some common applications of robots.
BENEFITS OF AUTOMATION
Some people fear that full automation or robots might someday steal their jobs, but it is not the case. Robots have a lot of advantages to the workplace. They improve the organization’s ability to succeed while making improvements in the lives of real human workers. Here are some of the advantages:
With dedicated manufacturing automation solutions in place, a company can increase productivity, improve workers’ satisfaction and safety.
Here are five reasons why you should use robots in your manufacture process:
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