Feasibility Study - Integrating Multiple Robot Applications The objective of the proposed project was to integrate a robotic system with the ability to dispense raw material and remove a finished shower base from a molding machine. Project Focus Points The first step was ensuring application feasibility. The vacuum system and dispensing method tests were conducted separately. The second step was testing a prototype set of tooling designed for the two applications.
Robot Palletizing Feasibility Study The objective of the feasibility study was to integrate a robotic system with the ability to palletize different sized bags onto an outgoing skid with a slip-sheet placed between each palletized layer for a multinational pharmaceutical company. Phase 1: Project Focus Points Tested end of arm tooling (EOAT) for consistent bag pick-up. Tested EOAT for consistent slip-sheet placement.
Robotic Deburring Feasibility Study The objective of the proposed project was to integrate a robotic system to deburr metal flash from the exterior of various sizes of hardened steel drill shanks for an Ohioan drilling and cutting solutions company. Project Focus Points Testing the robotic arm's reach envelope to ensure complete shank surface and drill bit slot area coverage. Testing the end of arm tooling (EOAT) for the deburring application.
Robot Feasibility - Sanding Steel Safes The objective of this feasibility study was to integrate a robotic system to sand the exteriors of welded steel safes of different sizes. Four Project Phases: Testing the robotic arm's reach envelope to ensure surface area sanding coverage. Testing end of arm tooling (EOAT) for sanding application. Building the proven EOAT and integrating production peripherals for final simulation before shipment.