Robotic & Motion Control

Poetry in motion – making all the moves so you don’t have to

It’s becoming more common to see robotics and motion being used for tasks within the workplace, particularly those that are highly repetitive, and constricted by tight deadlines. As a result, this opens the doors to robotic automation within businesses.

Robots are adaptable, with the right programming they can be utilised to perform a wide range of tasks efficiently and accurately. Paired with other forms of system integration, they are a force to be reckoned with.

Robotics & Motion at a glance

An effective solution for highly repetitive tasks, reducing the risk of RSI

An opportunity to improve the safety of processes within the workplace

The accuracy of tasks can be improved

Reduction to the margins for error within processes.

Palletisers

There are many reasons why businesses choose to introduce palletising robots into their workplace.

Small Footprint : The robots themselves do not take up much room, therefore can be utilised particularly well in workspaces with limited space

Efficiency : Robots work well for process’ that have a high repetitive rate. Completing timely manner with instant pay back reward.

Flexibility : Offering multiple speeds and cycles per hour, the programming of robots can be tailored to suit your specific needs.

Safety : Palletisers can lift and manoeuvre loads of various weights, eliminating the risk of injury to employees

Pick & Place

Robotic arm moving canister

Commonly used in manufacturing environments, pick and plac erobotics do exactly what their name suggests. Pick up items or parts to then move then to another location.

Speed : Their high process speed gives a boost to production capacity, giving them an edge over a manual process.

Customisable : Each industry will have different requirements for their material handling, pick and place products are fully customisable to cater for a variety of different needs.

Consistancy : Robots thrive when it comes to monotonous tasks. They offer reliability and accuracy. Thus helping reduce downtime and margin for errors during production.

Inspection

Dependant on the item that is to be inspected, the addition of robotics may be required. These are often used in systems where inspection is required from multiple angles.

Precision : The mobility of a robotic arm enables parts to be manoeuvred for a 360° view, allowing a more detailed and precise inspection when necessary.

Reduction of humnan input : Robots can allow us to eliminate the need for human involvement. This works particularly well on standalone inspection systems, that don’t need consistent monitoring.

Inspection system featuring robotic arm and camera