Assembly Applications

Assembling with collaborative robots can free up your skilled workforce to add value & enable growth.

Due to the ease of programming & amount of off-the-shelf accessories available, it has never been easier to automate those reoccurring assembly processes. Take a look at some of the key reasons and examples:

Key Benefits of Assembly Applications

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    Reduce assembly time

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    Increase production speed

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    Improve quality

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    Remove bottlenecks

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    Consistent production

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    Removal of RSI/monotonous tasks

Common Assembly Applications

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    Screw driving

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    Part insertion

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    Gluing of parts together

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    Sub-assembly creation

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    Gear meshing

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    Validated assemblies

Produce repeatable, accurate assembly processes such as screw driving, nut driving, part fitting, and insertion while reducing repetitive workplace injuries.

With the right adaptor mechanisms, UR collaborative robot arms can handle the 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.

Common Industries

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    Medical

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    Automotive

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    Consumer goods

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    Aerospace

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    SME manufacturers

3 key tips to a
successful assembly project:

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    Start with your product and work backwards from there.

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    Use proven technology as much as possible to reduce risk.

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    Take as many off the shelf components as possible to reduce risk.

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