Over the last two decades, the automation industry has grown by leaps and bounds. One of the most important technologies to become popular during this time is a pick and place robot. The applications for these robots are immense, which is evident by the wide range of products they help construct. The systems can quickly and easily process small, large, and hard-to-handle parts. For many manufacturers, high-speed pick and place robots have become an essential part of daily operations.
Although each design is different, most pick and place systems are mounted on a stand that gives the robot the room needed to reach the entire work envelope. Like in traditional automated assembly machines, parts are fed into a bin’s work area or laid out on a conveyor belt. Vision inspection technologies enable the entire system to quickly and accurately identify parts based on their characteristics (shape, color, size, location, and orientation). Lastly, custom-designed, end-of-arm tooling allows the robot to grab and move objects to desired positions and locations.
Automated Assembly Machines
Systems are customized to meet the demands of different applications. As a result, manufacturers have various end-of-arm tooling options to choose from. For more information on custom designing pick and place automated assembly machines, you should not hesitate to give our team a call. We custom design medical device assembly systems to exact specifications.
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