Great for manufacturing companies, drilling robots save time and money in the shop. Drilling or riveting robots have been used for years in industries such as airplane, automotive and helicopter companies.
Let’s face it, manually riveting and drilling all day in an assembly or production line can be extremely back-breaking, hard work. Saving time with the consistency and efficiency of a drilling or riveting robot, a company can improve production rates and reduce the amount of scrap or time used for repairs.
A drill or riveter is attached to the end effector plate. This gives it a solid foundation to continuously drill and rivet without having to stop for a break.
RobotWorx offers many different kinds of drilling robots and riveting robots. Some of the most common robots used for these applications are the Fanuc ArcMate 120i, Motoman UP6 or the Kuka KR 3. Each robot has different specs involving reach, payloads, size and weight. With such a wide variety, it is easy to find one that meets your needs.
Contact RobotWorx for more information on drilling or riveting robots.