Y-Blog

Posted: 11/22/2019 1:07:38 PM by Aaron Barnes
Topics: Maintenance

In a competitive industrial landscape where unplanned downtime can cost you more than just a day’s amount of production, it is important to be proactive in finding the hidden inefficiencies, anticipating machine and robot failures before they develop. Read More

Posted: 11/14/2019 1:59:58 PM by Bob Graff
Topics: Education and Training

To push forward into Manufacturing 5.0, where the human touch and robotic technology work in harmony to function at peak performance, there must be a dedicated effort on multiple fronts to enhance current career pathways and to provide adequate industrial education that enables the next-generation workforce. Read More

Posted: 11/11/2019 1:00:00 PM by Michael Castor
Topics: Handling, Machine Vision, Packaging, Palletizing, Pick and Pack

For companies that approach robotic automation “cold turkey” (with no specific task in mind), having a consultant help look at the big picture can help to highlight production bottlenecks, repetitive tasks and other areas where humans are prone to injury, revealing ideal locations for robotic solutions. Read More

Posted: 10/29/2019 2:20:04 PM by Peter Goike
Topics: Automotive, Dispensing, Painting

For companies to analyze certain paint or coating factors like durability and chemical resistance for use on car bodies, truck frames, agricultural equipment or even smaller components, the use of robotic automation is best, but why? Read More

Posted: 10/10/2019 12:32:48 PM by Dean Elkins

While the use of robotic automation in assembly operations is nothing new, greater accessibility to more affordable, precise, compact and agile robots, that are easily integrated, programmed and retaught, has many manufacturers taking another look at robotic technologies and the benefits they can provide. Read More
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