Case Studies Of Industrial Robots

Robots in action can be found everywhere. Robot Manufacturers give examples of robot applications in different industries.

Kuka, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier member

Hammered out smoothly

With KUKA.CNC software, SEMATEK GmbH breaks new ground in surface processing. Since 2007, SEMATEK GmbH, has been developing innovative and complete engineering solutions for modern manufacturing companies in need of manufacturing processes for new products and wanting to optimize or continue developing existing processes. The company has always stood for lowering costs and increasing production output.

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Fanuc Robotics, UK - IFR Robot Supplier

FANUC paint shop robots boost installed UK base

Only twelve months after launching two new paint robots, FANUC has supplied 32 P-250i robots into three UK manufacturing sites.  The figure exceeds the total of all paint robots installed, in the UK, over the last three years by 151%. (based on BARA annual robot statistics).

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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

Valk Welding delivers welding robot system to VDL Containersystemen

VDL Containersystemen has developed an Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) that can be used to unmanned sea container transport. The first AGVs were welded entirely manually, but VDL Containersystemen recently installed a welding robot system from Valk Welding. VDL will be programming some of the welding programs for the welding robot itself using Valk Welding's offline programming system.

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Yaskawa, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier

Yaskawa Nordic develops a revolutionary co-worker

One of the hottests topics in today's robot environment is the development of co-worker robots. Having a robot working closely together with an operator to perform some, but not all of his tasks will improve the operator's productivity. 

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Universal Robots, Denmark - IFR-Partner

Universal Robots optimize the analysis of sugar beets at Nordic Sugar

When Nordic Sugar was researching a new generation of robots to automate the analysis of raw material samples, the most important criteria were flexibility, user-friendliness, and a reasonable price tag. With Universal Robots' three UR5 robots as "colleagues," the employees can now easily adjust the analysis process without having to consult robot experts.

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Yaskawa, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier

Fully automatic welding of crane booms

It was questioned for some time if the automation of crane boom production was a feasible prospect. Many considered that this task was too complex and not technically possible. An innovative special welding system, that was jointly developed by YASKAWA and Liebherr now proves the opposite.

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Wittmann, Austria - IFR-Robot Supplier member

Consistent use of automation ensures quality and productivity

Even when producing simple parts, the use of robots and automation pays off. Automation allows for short cycle times and highest process reliability which makes for low costs, which in turn leads to a quick return on investment, especially in mass production. This is impressively demonstrated by the German Busch-Jaeger company, which specializes in plastic parts for electrical installations.

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Yaskawa, Germany - IFR Partner

Innovative robot welding system for a diverse spectrum of parts

Robot welding is by no means new in the production line at Scheppach, the renowned manufacturer of woodworking machines. What is new, however, is a fully automatic Yaskawa welding system that is establishing a benchmark in terms of welding performance and flexibility.

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Universal Robots, Denmark - IFR-Partner

A measuring robot ensures "just-in-time" assembly

In automotive supplier Lear Corporation's demand-led production, robot arms from Universal Robots play a crucial role: The lightweight robots assemble car seats by locating, measuring and tightening screws on car seats resulting in shorter throughput time and greater process reliability.

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KUKA Roboter, Germany - IFR Partner

The measure of all things

Karl Krumpholz Plastics Technology is located in Redwitz-Unterlangenstadt and specializes in the production of plastic parts for the automotive industry, in particular for manufacturers of commercial vehicles. This involves not only the creation of an injection molding process that is automated to the best possible level, but also the execution of subsequent processing steps, while ensuring low costs, high quality and maximum flexibility. Krumpholz meets these diverse requirements with the aid of a KUKA shelf-mounted robot.

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