Robotics manufacturers make design changes to create new opportunities in fabrication, metal forming, welding, and finishing space.
Collaborative welding systems aimed at smaller manufactures facing skilled welder shortages.
Different ways that robots are helping automotive manufacturers improve their automation processes.
Two new cobot welding robots work safely along humans without the need for expensive guarding.
New application merges cobot with arc welding via robots-as-a-service offering.
New robot, interface and work cell system expands welding uses for industrial applications.
ARC Specialties uses Universal Robot cobot in new AI-powered welding system, while ATI Industrial Automation Automatic Tool Changer is certified, joins UR+ portfolio.
The market leader of collaborative robots is launching offerings for metal fabricators, including integration with Dynabrade orbital sanders, ARC Specialties’ SnapCut, and seventh axis capabilities from Vention. The new offerings are all integrated with the UR e-Series line.
From welding to robot-assisted surgery, robot precision is a critical enabling technology. Three experts explain the importance of accuracy and precision, the rate of change, and the market prospects.
Driving the summer investments in recent weeks includes money for self-driving car companies, commercial aerial drones, and new venture funds looking for more startup companies.
Among the many products displayed and announced at last week’s Automatica were several around robotics software, CAD/CAM, controls, and welding. Here are noteworthy examples.
Leading robot manufacturers are developing new welding robots to combat the job shortages within the industry while improving welding consistency and performance, and creating new jobs centered around programming and robot maintenence.