The Nuts and Bolts of Robotic Installation
RobotWorx designs robot systems and helps to prepare their customers for a seamless installation. We finalize the process with telephone or on-site technical support. When your robot system arrives at your facility neatly crated and wrapped in plastic, it's time for the final integration step: robot installation.
The versatility of installation for articulated robots is one of the main benefits. Many models are built to accommodate more than one mounting option, such as floor, wall, ceiling, or tabletop. RobotWorx helps each customer determine the right robot, not only for certain applications, but for specific spaces. A typical articulated robot base is compact, which adds to its adaptability. A single robot arm installation simply requires situating and fastening the robot in place and connecting the power cables.
Additionally, RobotWorx' turnkey robot workcells are built for quick and easy installation. These workcells are all-inclusive, pre-engineered robot packages. Peripherals, programming, EOAT, and fixed tooling are built into the final package. Turnkey robot systems are not only easy to assemble, but they can have the potential to reach full production in less than a day.
Interfacing robot systems often create installation challenges. Connecting two existing systems or carefully orienting a robot to work with existing conveyor belts takes professional expertise. For additional cost, RobotWorx can send one of our knowledgeable robot technicians to make this installation process go smoothly.
Do you have more questions about robotic installation? Contact RobotWorx online or at 740-251-4312 for more information.