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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.

KUKA Roboter, Germany - IFR Partner

A robot mills one-off workpieces

One of the oldest sewage systems in the world was discovered by scientists in Mohenjo-daro, near the Indus River in Pakistan. The walled drainage system, 4,000 years old, can still be seen today. In Germany, the oldest sewers are to be found in Cologne. They are made of clinker and are over 100 years old.

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Kawasaki, Germany - IFR Partner

Sweet fruits efficiently packaged

For palletizing the finished products in the jam and spread section, ZENTIS decided to replace the out-of-date 3-axis set packing system by a new robot plant by Kawasaki. An important motivation for this decision was the precipitous increase in the variety of products and of jar forms.

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Adept, USA - IFR-Partner

Adept Selected to Participate in Advanced Cancer Treatment Program

Adept Technology, Inc. announced it is participating in the CLARA (Lyon Auvergne Rhone-Alpes Cancer cluster) program with Lyon Civil Hospitals as the robotics component in a method for treating small cancer tumors.

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Stäubli, France - IFR Partner

Robot-based plastic hybrid welding

LPKF helps automotive designers make their innovative ideas a reality - Metal and glass automobile headlight and taillight assemblies are yesterday's technology. Plastic is the modern material allowing the new trends to be set in car design. Now another design enabling technology opens up even more freedom for the design and size of automobile lights; the turnkey hybrid welding machine.

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Kawasaki, Germany - IFR Partner

It's all about pallets

In the middle of the Emsland lies the Dörpener Palettenfabrik (DPF), a pallet manufacturer which is able to produce up to 6,000 pallets a day with the help of the latest Kawasaki robot technology. Together with their system partner VANDERLOO GmbH, Messrs. Kawasaki Robotics have designed and built a fully automated production line for the manufacture of pallets for DPF.  

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Wittmann, Austria - IFR-Partner

Swiss precision in the clean room

Fully automatic production of medical micro-components: For the manufacturing of indicator wheels, housing parts and exiguous cog wheels Forteq Healthcare in Nidau/Switzerland is using WITTMANN linear servo-robots in the clean room. The target is: Shortest cycle times at highest availability.

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KUKA Roboter, UK - IFR-Partner

Robots show how to boost Aero Assembly Operations

KUKA is playing a key role in the development of an innovative automated system for assembling complex aircraft structures in collaboration with Europe's leading airplane manufacturer. The automation specialist has devised a flexible robotic solution for performing a variety of drilling and fastening tasks on the upper and lower wing covers of a lateral wing box demonstration unit being built at the Airbus facility in Filton.

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Fanuc Robotics Europe - IFR Partner

Nine axes in one robot controller

Thermoforming/Vacuum Forming has helped grow the business for the Vitelo Group, based in Meulebeke - Belgium. To fulfil a contract for the John Deere Corporation, the company have installed a fully automated robot cell. The robot cell performs the Plasma Treatment and Bonding of the two part product.

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KUKA Roboter, Germany - IFR-Partner

No fear of automation

A small family business exploits the flexibility of a KUKA robot for pallet production To react quickly and flexibly to the pallet production requirements of their customers, they now rely on the help of a KUKA robot. A KR 210 L180 K collects the finished pallets from the end of the pallet nailing machine and stacks them up.

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Stäubli, France - IFR Partner

Working hand in hand without interruption

Bayer Schering Pharma chooses Stäubli robots for its automatic drug packaging line developped by Klaus Radke Industrietechnik. The fully enclosed six axis robots allow interruption free production featuring high precision and reliability. One bag packaging line equipped with the new heavy-payload 6 axis robot TX200 benefits from the unique features of its 100 kg payload.

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