Dual Robot Systems vs. Singular Robot Systems

Sep 29, 2008

Dual robot systems offer a wide range of advantages including added flexibility production. Configurations with two robots offer twice the speed and throughput with increased, high-quality part production. Furthermore, dual robot systems can be set up to perform the exact same application or even different ones.


Look­ing for a sure-fire way to add flex­i­bil­i­ty and up pro­duc­tion? Con­sid­er a robot sys­tem with two robots instead of one. Dual robot sys­tems offer a num­ber of advantages.

Increased Pro­duc­tiv­i­ty:

First of all, con­fig­u­ra­tions with two robots offer twice the speed and pro­duc­tiv­i­ty of a sin­gle robot set-up. With two robots you can dou­ble your through­put and increase the num­ber of parts you pro­duce, while main­tain­ing high qual­i­ty standards. 

Added Flex­i­bil­i­ty:

When it comes to appli­ca­tion flex­i­bil­i­ty, dual robot sys­tems offer more than sin­gu­lar robot sys­tems. The pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less! Dual sys­tems can be set up with robots per­form­ing the exact same appli­ca­tion or dra­mat­i­cal­ly dif­fer­ent ones. Robots can work togeth­er — one load­ing and unload­ing parts while the oth­er robot welds, or both robots weld­ing from dif­fer­ent posi­tions on the same part, etc. 

Broad­ened Work Enve­lope:

Dual robot sys­tems are ide­al for work­ing on larg­er parts. The com­bined work envelopes allow for a wider reach and bet­ter accessibility. 

Sim­pli­fied Floorplan:

Anoth­er robot can make your floor­plan more space-effi­cient. A dual weld­ing sys­tem often has a small­er foot­print than two sep­a­rate, sin­gu­lar robot sys­tems. Safe­ty con­structs are sim­pli­fied as well, since only one loca­tion needs to be safeguarded.

Inter­est­ed in a dual robot sys­tem? Con­tact Robots​.com’ sales depart­ment for a quick quote — reach them online or at 8777626881.

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