A collaborative robot arm from The Robot People can reduce assembly times, increase production speed, and improve quality.
Produce repeatable, accurate assembly processes such as screw driving, part fitting, and insertion while reducing the risk of injury associated with working in close proximity to heavy machinery.
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Now you can replace human operators in dirty, dangerous, and dull jobs to reduce repetitive strain and accidental injuries.
A UR robot can be used in most assembly applications. It is space-saving and can be reprogrammed quickly to be used with different machines.
Expand production capabilities with increase quality, consistency, and production speed. The deployment of the robotic arm in new processes is fast and easy.
Robot extensions can be customised to your manufacturing requirements, giving you the agility to automate almost any manual task, including those with small batches or fast change-overs.
Why use an Assembly robot?
With the right adaptor mechanisms, UR collaborative robot arms can handle assembly of plastics, woods, metals, or other materials.
If the assembly robot comes into contact with a person, our patented technology limits the forces at contact. UR robots can also be programmed to operate in reduced mode when a human enters the robot’s work area and resume full speed when the person leaves. Such robotic engineering can provide businesses with a competitive advantage, becoming highly cost-effective and decreasing assembly line times.
Universal Robots provides a future-proof platform for small businesses looking to optimise productions. If your work-flow changes, the assembly robotic arm can be deployed quickly and easily in new constellations due to its small size and lightweight design. The collaborative Universal Robot can adapt to seasonal increases in demand, as well as different payloads and assembly line requirements. With a collaborative UR robot, businesses can deploy the robotic arm at any point along the assembly line, focusing on either palletising, packaging or picking.