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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.

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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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

Hitachi Europe invests in Panasonic welding robots

Manufacturer of construction and excavators, Hitachi Construction Machinery Europe, has invested in Panasonic welding robots for its production plants in Holland. Based on the excellent experience within the organization with Hitachi Panasonic arc welding equipment and the planned increase in capacity of the Dutch plants, robot integrator Valk Welding installed recently three welding robot systems.

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Dürr Systems, Germany - IFR-Partner

Electrostatics Redefined - a New Atomizer Generation for More Performance with Less Complexity

Higher performance, uptime, flexibility at reduced costs - these are topics that are affecting us today more than ever. Also in the painting and especially in the electrostatic waterborne paint application. Here, a wide variety of solutions are on the market that are, however, either too extensive and thus too expensive, or do not offer the necessary flexibility. A new atomizer generation by Dürr meets all these requirements ideally and will supply new impulses for the painting of tomorrow.

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FANUC Robotics Europe, Luxembourg - IFR-Partner

Robots boost cheese productivity

Speeding up production is not something commonly associated with cheese manufacture - its very nature is that it should take time to mature for ultimate flavor. However, when production output is 350,000 tons per year, maximizing the efficiency of packaging becomes a core issue.

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KUKA Roboter, Germany - IFR-Partner

KUKA is revolutionizing robotics with a sensitive touch

KUKA Roboter GmbH is demonstrating once again that it wants to play a key role in shaping the future of robotics. The KUKA lightweight robot (LWR), developed in cooperation with the German Aerospace Center, is being used in series production for the first time: in rear axle assembly at Daimler's Mettingen plant.

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Wittmann, Austria - IFR-Partner

Pallets and Pallet Boxes: The Automation of Agriculturally Used Products

In the year 2008 - to be able to meet the Polish market's increasing demand - the subsidiary of UTZ needed investment in a new injection molding machine including robot automation. The molding machine comes with a clamping force of 3,200 tons, and it is equipped with two WITTMANN W773 robots.

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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

CAM and vision for steel constructions

Voortman and Valk Welding are working together on the design of a fully automated system for flexible production of steel construction. The aim is to have the first system up and running in the third quarter of 2010. This system should be capable to assemble, position and completely weld steel structures without any human interference.

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Kawasaki, Germany - IFR-Partner

Messrs.Lang Honigproduktion Bremen - Sweet Automation

The honey importer Walter Lang GmbH from Bremen has installed a new filling system based on the robot technology of Kawasaki Robotics. The automated production plant meets the highest state-of-the-art technical requirements and thus grants a gentle and value preserving processing of the honey.

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Motoman, UK - IFR-Partner

Insatiable demand for pizza - Robot palletizes pizza cartons around the clock

Charwood Foods, one of the UK's leading manufacturer of pizza bases with a volume of 63 million units per year, was starting a second production line and needed to palletize boxes of finished pizzas.

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Dürr Systems, Germany - IFR-Partner

Like it shorter? Shortest painting lines through integrated application concept and one hundred percent full automation

A complete painting line, almost 30% shorter than usual, with fully automatic paint application, highly flexible and with a capacity of more than 50 units per hour? A dream? No, it is reality. Such a line will be put into operation this year. Facilitated by a novel automation concept in connection with a redesigned application process. More about the technology on the next pages.

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