Smack in the center of Ohio is the city of Columbus, one of the largest cities in Ohio. The manufacturing industry in Columbus is booming, and the robotic automation industry is growing right along with it. As manufacturers expand, they depend on robots to improve their production.
Ohio Transmission Corporation, whose headquarters is located in Columbus, OH, serves power and utility, steel, automotive, food and beverage, and OEM industries. The company supplies pumps, fluid power, electrical, finishing and mechanical power transmission. Companies like Ohio Transmission can use robots to weld parts for transmissions and pumps, as well as using robots for assembly processes.
Other companies like Panacea Products can use robots for arc and spot welding, as well as grinding, deburring, and drilling applications for their iron works and decorative metal products. Robots can also be used for polishing and other finishing processes, which improve the aesthetic quality of the products.
When Columbus, Ohio companies decide to integrate robotic automation into their production lines, it not only improves the quality of their products, but it also increases the speed of production. By increasing the speed of production, companies can get their products to customers more quickly. Using robots in production can also increase the competitiveness of companies, by allowing them to change up their production lines when products change in the marketplace.
If companies in Columbus need robot systems or parts, they can go to the same place that many Ohio companies go – RobotWorx. Located in Marion, Ohio, RobotWorx is less than an hour from Columbus, Ohio and very accessible to meet all companies robotic needs.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator for ABB, Motoman, FANUC and KUKA robotics, services companies all over Ohio and the United States. Our highly-skilled staff will work with you to design a robot system to meet all of your facility’s required specifications. For more information, contact RobotWorx at 740-251-4312.