Robot integration can be complicated. It takes a significant amount of communication, coordination, and technical skill to build a successful robotic system.
1. People -
Surprisingly enough, the chief challenge of any robot integration process is integrating people. Each robot integration project involves a team of people. It also involves an infinite number of important details about the application that must pass from customer and sales staff to engineers and technicians. Good communication is vital.
RobotWorx keeps the lines of communication open. We work directly to achieve every customer goal. We make sure the customer is kept up to date at each step of the robot integration process. When the system is complete, customers are encouraged to power up, inspect, and test it before it ships.
Many customers take advantage of RobotWorx' free training offer as well. This is yet another opportunity for direct communication. It allows customers to become familiar with their robotic system and the basics of programming.
2. Protection -
Safety is the second greatest robot integration challenge. Every safety element must be carefully interfaced with the robot and workcell structure. A sophisticated safety network must be designed to envelope the robot and protect the operator, while at the same time allowing for maintenance or other system interruptions.
RobotWorx has the safety system experience you need for a successful robot integration project. We build systems to fit any safety standard - national, international, or custom. When it comes to protecting your workers and your robot purchase, we're ready the challenge.
3. Peripherals -
This catch-all category includes all added, but nonetheless critical parts of the robot workcell - from vision systems to EOAT. Everything must be integrated to work in harmony. Peripherals include wire feeders, torches, cutting tools, cameras, and it takes experience to know how to integrate all of these separate items into a single system.
Again, RobotWorx technicians have put in the integration time. Avoid frustrating and potentially dangerous peripheral problems by trusting the professionals.
Do you have a robot integration proposal? Call RobotWorx at 740-251-4312 and get started.