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When you are manufacturing parts made of metal plastic, the coating process can be one of the most important finishing applications on your production line. Motoman Robotics has taken this into account, and they have developed a line of coating robots that are able to provide manufacturers with a consistent coating that cuts down on waste and saves money. According to Motoman, their coating robot systems are flexible and perform at a high rate, while also increasing consistency and throughput.

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When processing meat, it is important to consider safety – both for the worker and for the consumer. Meat processing uses saws and other cutting tools that can be dangerous to workers, and human workers can contaminate meat if not processed quickly. The answer to both of these problems is the same – ABB meat processing automation. The meat is processed more quickly, and there is less human contact.   Speed is important when processing meat, but safety is more important.

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In the past, companies have used 5-axis laser cutting machines to perform all of their laser cutting applications. With the help of ABB Robotics, and their laser cutting software, manufacturers now have the option of purchasing a laser cutting robot that takes up much less space and can perform the laser cutting process in a fraction of the time. Laser cutting used to be a pain for manufacturers that had limited floor space.

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Precision is very important when it comes to the process of cutting meats, like pork and beef. Each part has to be cut a certain way, or it can ruin the aesthetic of that piece of meat and cause it to be marketed in a less expensive product. KUKA Robotics has developed an automation system for cutting pork sides that improves the cost effectiveness of the meat processing, as well as producing a higher quality cut of meat for the consumer.

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Cutting automation is all about versatility, and KUKA Robotics has some of the most versatile cutting robots on the industrial market today. A KUKA robotic cutter is able to not only able to perform regular cutting, laser cutting, plasma cutting and water-jet cutting, but it can also be used to perform other applications, like welding, material handling and dispensing, as long as the dress package and tooling is changed.

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Accuracy is one of the most important aspects of manufacturing. If your part isn’t produced accurately, it will mess up the entire product, and possibly cause it to be defective, which increases waste and costs the company money. That is where Motoman cutting robots come into play. Motoman robotic cutting systems have such pinpoint accuracy that they are able to cut down on waste and increase quality, without sacrificing production speed.

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When you are in the plastics or metal fabrication business, cutting is a huge part of your day to day manufacturing. That is why it is important to have some of the best cutting equipment available. Some of the highest quality cutting machinery on the market today can be found at ABB Robotics. ABB’s cutting robot line is full of fast robots that will improve your productivity and your business.

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Cutting is one of the most common applications in the industrial automation world today. Companies have to cut metals, alloys, plastics and other materials to construct their products. That is why FANUC Robotics has a line of cutting robots perfect for whatever cutting application a manufacturer may need.

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KUKA has been offering welding and other industrial processes to companies for more than 100 years. However, in the last few decades, KUKA has partially turned its attention to robotics, establishing KUKA Robotics, a wing of the company dedicated to industrial automation. In recent years, KUKA has made their faster, while also error-proofing them by adding the vision feature to their robots and work cells.

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Vision guidance has been one of the biggest enhancements to robotic automation since, well, robotic automation came on the market. While 2D vision guidance was good, 3D vision guidance systems like the MotoSight by Motoman Robotics, improved a robot’s ability to “see” the object in front of them even more, making the robots more accurate and faster, especially when it comes to material handling applications.

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