Cobot, that works
Where can you use a smart, collaborative robot? Just about anywhere. The versatility of our robots makes them a perfect fit for a wide range of industries and applications, where reduced costs, increased productivity and improved quality are critical.
Machine tending is one of the most boring jobs in any plant, but our smart collaborative robots are designed for that application. Their ability to integrate with CNC machines make them a great solution for coordinating with the varied cycle times, loading and unloading parts, supporting finishing operations, and other machine interaction.
Loading and unloading
Almost every factory in the world supports some form of loading and unloading production lines. Our intelligent collaborative robots provide the perfect solution for the monotonous but extremely important tasks of transferring parts / products from point A to point B. Sawyer’s ability to maintain counts, re-orientate parts and place them in place makes the robot ideal for this job.
Working with metal molding and stamping machines can be dirty, boring and dangerous. Many processes still require ‘human participation’. But Sawyer, our smart collaborative robot, loves this job and is able to adapt to constantly changing production line configurations, precisely loading and unloading parts, or handling complex machines.
Along with the growing demand of customers for individual product solutions, Sawyer – a smart collaborative robot, is offered as a cost-effective and efficient tool for automating factories equipped with injection molding machines. The robot will deal with, among others machine operation, testing and quality control, and material management – all as one flexible system.
PCB Handling and ICT
The ICT industry has historically been difficult to automate due to the delicate nature of parts and the frequency of modifications to production lines. Sawyer, our efficient smart collaborative robot, has been specially designed to perform this type of difficult task. Thanks to its repeatability of up to 0.1 mm and the ability to quickly relocate, Sawyer adapts to existing infrastructure without the need for significant changes on the production line. The robot’s ability to “feel” its position makes it ideal for this type of application.