Industrial robots are used in a wide range of manufacturing processing, including assembling, testing (quality assurance), and packaging for shipping to the end user.
1. Reduced operational expenses
Although automation requires an upfront investment, it has the propensity to ultimately provides an excellent ROI. Designed correctly, one machine can execute multiple tasks repeatably and dependably.
2. Enhanced workplace safety
Some manufacturing processes require employees to operate in hazardous environments. Automation allows you to keep workers away from potentially dangerous operations and materials, leading to greater workplace safety and job satisfaction.
3. Enhanced efficiency
Machines can operate continuously without supervision and at the same speed. As a result, your production process will run faster and longer. You can increase production or develop new items without stopping the current ones. We find many of our customers go from operating a single shift to a lights-out 24-hour operation, helping to amortize fixed costs in the production process.
4. Increased product quality
Machines are generally more accurate than individuals while performing repeatable manufacturing tasks over multiple batch runs and operator changes. Additionally, they continuously maintain the same production quality. You’ll experience greater uniformity, resulting in a lower defect rate.