By Slainie Couturier. Industrial Robot. Published at Sunday, November 18th, 2018 - 19:53:08 PM.
There are many works that robot can carry out but some work only human beings can do. No robot can replace any human being but robots can perform few works more efficiently which are repetitive. All you need to do is program them in the way you want them to work. Many industries have been making use of these robots for many purposes like manufacturing, automotive, biotech, pharmaceutical and machinery.
The automotive industry uses 2D vision systems to pick heavy gearboxes from cages, unload cylinder heads from wire mesh boxes, identify axle castings, and detect the position of slide bearing shells.
Characteristic features include screws, pins, fuses, and other electrical components. Machine vision systems also check for missing slots or holes, which can prevent proper assembly. Inspection takes just seconds, even with a huge variety of different parts, allowing manufacturers to maintain high levels of efficiency and productivity.
Robots bring a new industrial revolution. Adoption of industrial robots in non-automotive applications is occurring in the electronics, chemicals, pharmaceutical, and food & beverages industries. Industrial robots have opened up new market opportunities. High installation costs have been largely overcome, making industries in developing markets available to vendors. The adoption of robots in underdeveloped countries occurs because of the unavailability of skilled labor.
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