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Case Studies Of Industrial Robots

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

ABB, Switzerland - IFR Robot Supplier

Robotic flame-treating cells at Eissmann Automotive enhance interior leather components of popular premium vehicles

While sports cars and high performance vehicles turn heads as they breeze down the street, the real thrill is to be behind the wheel, in the cockpit, feeling the car respond to a subtle turn or touch of the accelerator.  For some of the best designed cars, it is a privilege just to sit in the driver's seat, whether they are moving or not, just to take in the sleek interior features, ergonomically placed controls, and exquisite leather trim.

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Fanuc Robotics, UK - IFR Robot Supplier

Milking the use of robots in the dairy industry

They have been used for some time in automatic milking sheds. Now, thanks to IP69K certifications, pick and place robots are becoming a more common sight in dairy production environments, boosting product yield and improving labour efficiency.

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ABB, Switzerland - IFR Robot Supplier

World's first robotic entertainment on the high seas for Royal Caribbean International

Acting in a powerful combination, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Robotic Arts and ABB Robotics join forces to debut groundbreaking RoboScreen® entertainment system.

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Fanuc Robotics, UK - IFR Robot Supplier

Cost-effective Machining of Automotive Components

To increase metalcutting capacity in response to an upturn in orders for automotive pumps, the UK's leading manufacturer, Concentric, has installed three Fanuc Robodrill machining centres at its manufacturing facility in Erdington, Birmingham. The company's oil, water and fuel pumps are used mainly in diesel engines that power light to medium duty trucks and off-road plant.

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COMAU, Italy - IFR Robot Supplier member

Costampress: 100% Success in the Automotive Sector thanks to Robotics and Automation

Costampress is a company based in Scorzè, near Venice, Italy, specialized in the production of steering columns, gear boxes, and electric motors for power-assisted steering, for clients in the automotive industry. The company is a peculiar example of success: it is 100% Italian, works 100% in the automotive field and exports, predominantly to European markets, 100% of its products.

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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR Robot Suppier Member

Profielnorm automates welding production - Mass production of small series

If you as company want to supply a top quality product and give the customer value for money, the production and organisation have to be perfectly geared matching to each other. Profielnorm in Zeeland's Tholen succeeds in this by continuously investing, which makes it possible for them to stand out in the world of mezzanines.

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KUKA, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier Member

Three into one

At WKT Kunststofftechnik GmbH, a KUKA KR AGILUS small robot is bonding components to create a threaded bolt. Threaded rods, mechanical engineering, heat insulation and electrical insulation: these are the product fields in which WKT Kunststofftechnik GmbH has been operating since 1994.

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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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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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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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