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Experience Easy Automation at Automate

Posted by Sarah Mellish on Mar 21, 2019 2:30:00 PM

Sophisticated demands and shifting markets are transforming the industrial landscape, necessitating the need for smart technology and easy-to-use robots that can help companies of all sizes easily adapt to changing manufacturing requirements. If gaining flexibility, enhancing customization, boosting productivity and decreasing costs are on your “operational bucket list”, it’s time to learn more and experience easy automation at Automate 2019.

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Topics: Handling, New Technologies, Trade Shows, Programming, Controls, Machine Vision, Collaborative


Robot Programming Demystified

Posted by Bernardo Mendez on Mar 8, 2019 12:19:49 PM

For years, a large part of the feedback I’ve received from manufacturers has revolved around the need for a holistic, easy-to-use solution for robotic automation and robot programming, and with nearly 2 million jobs on the verge of going unfilled due to talent shortage1, the necessity has never been greater. Moreover, nearly 100% of the manufacturers I encounter stress the need for intuitive high-performance robotic technology with simplified programming methods for experienced and novice users alike.

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Topics: New Technologies, Programming


Addressing the Skilled Welder Shortage at FABTECH

Posted by Jennifer Katchmar on Nov 8, 2016 1:55:37 PM

 Many manufacturers nationwide are having a difficult time finding quality welders. Based on U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, the American Welding Society (AWS) estimates a welder shortage of 372,000 in the U.S. by 2026. In order to stay in business and be competitive, forward-thinking companies are now looking into automating their processes.

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Topics: Arc Welding, Trade Shows, Programming, Spot Welding


Speaking One Language is Better Than Two

Posted by Dean Elkins on Mar 14, 2016 5:00:31 AM

In a multi-cultural world with many spoken languages, it’s beneficial to know more than one. But if you’re working with robots inside a manufacturing facility, speaking only one language is better. The singular control concept makes it easier to implement automation and save on programming costs.

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Topics: Programming, Controls, Packaging


Job Duplication - Repeatable Robotics Efficiency

Posted by Glen Ford on Jun 12, 2015 5:47:37 AM

 

Example of a robot job duplication routine outlined in the White Paper: "Job Duplication - Repeatable Robotics Efficiency"

 

Dependability and repeatability in part production are top reasons for implementing a robotic solution into a manufacturing environment. Completing a job with the same results every time and every day leads to higher productivity, improved production times and the reduction of rework costs.

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Topics: Programming


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