Since the time of their invention in the late 1950s, industrial robots have slowly but surely gaining their place in the manufacturing world. As a matter of fact, they have continued to steadily gain their place since the 1980s. This growth in industrial robotic sales does not seem to be slowing down. As a matter of fact, according to one recent study, it seems to be speeding up.
Machine tending is one of the most common robotic applications used in the industrial world. Motoman Robotics continues to improve their robotic machine tending designs, including the newest model – the MH280II, a robot that can cut down on the inconsistencies that exist in manual machine tending processes.According to Motoman, the MH280 II DX200 is able to perform several different machine tending operations, while delivering improved product quality and cost savings.
“New robot technology” is something that we see on a regular basis in the industrial world these days. Companies are continually innovating, making robots faster, more accurate, and even more environmentally-friendly. As the face of the industrial robotics world changes, so does the rest of the robotics universe – putting technology that started in the manufacturing industry, into the hands of those in other industries.
Motoman Robotics has been building robots since 1977. Over the last 35+ years, they have done everything they can to improve upon those welding robots to ensure that their customers have the best robotic welding system available. As Motoman arc welding robots have evolved, they have definitely become more spectacular.
You’ve come a long way, paint robot.If your company has a painting application, why not automate it with a robot? Painting automation a simpler, safer and superior method to any manual painting process. Plus, industrial painting robots are much more accessible than they used to be! Not only are there more models on the market, but they are more affordable than ever before.
If you need robot tooling to pick up, manipulate, and place your product/part, chances are you're going to use a robotic gripper.Arguably the most common type of end-of-arm tooling (EOAT), robotic grippers are found in virtually every industry and context from food production and cleanroom environments to foundries and distribution centers. These grippers come in a variety of types, sizes, and configurations -- friction, encompassing, hydraulic, pneumatic, electric, magnetic, etc.
If you’re deciding to make the switch from manual to automated welding, one of the hard parts is over! You don’t want to be one of those companies that hesitates and loses money, right? Of course not! Now all you need to do is find a trusted robotics integrator like RobotWorx to walk you through building a robotic welding system. However, before they can do that, they need some help from you first.
So, you’re considering upgrading your current robot for a newer model? Congratulations! What are your plans for your existing robot? Wait, what do you mean you plan to scrap it? You may be able to sell that old robot and make a profit while doing it, which will definitely help recoup some of the expense of your new robot.How do you go about selling your robot? It’s simple. You find a reliable robotics integration company like RobotWorx.
In 1992, Bill Clinton was elected to become the 42nd president of the United States, Silence of the Lambs won Best Pictures at the Academy Awards, Mafia boss John Gotti was arrested for murder and racketeering, and the Washington Redskins beat the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI. This was also the year that RobotWorx was founded.For 20 years, RobotWorx has been integrating industrial robot arms for customers all across North America.
In the age of instant information and instant ordering, customers expect their products to arrive at their doorstep faster than ever. Factories and distribution centers are becoming increasingly automated. Many of the processes involved in manufacturing the product are now automated.