Robotic islands: where do they make a difference?



 

Choosing an industrial robot

Robotic islands are flexible tools that can be adapted to different machining operations and uses. In order to improve workflow and increase production rates, industrial robots need to have different requirements and performances according to the plant in which they are installed and the CNC machines to be serviced. This is why they are customised according to the task they have to perform. These include, for example, object handling, sorting, assembly, quality control, painting, etc.

To choose the most suitable robotic island for your company, it is important to consider a number of factors, including the tasks to be carried out, the relevant sector, the cost-benefit ratio (for a rapid return on investment) and the type of environment in which it will be installed. 

Sectors where a robotic island can make a difference

With the advent of Industry 4.0 and smart factories, the number of companies able to accommodate and benefit from a robotic island has tripled in recent years. Many industrial sectors are affected, including fashion, automotive, aeronautics and aerospace, mechanical engineering, healthcare and pharmaceutical, food, transport, etc.

Generally speaking, investing in industrial automation solutions is particularly recommended in hazardous working environments, where operators have to carry out heavy or repetitive tasks and their safety is often put at risk

Is your company ready for a robotic island? 

If the answer is yes, Assistec is for you. Our team of highly skilled technicians will support you in all phases of design and installation of the robotic island, to ensure that it fits your CNC machine park. We offer our customers all our know-how and expertise, consolidated over more than 25 years of providing mechanical, electronic and system integration support.

Contact us for more information or visit our website and discover the latest industrial automated robots designed by Assistec, such as the line  Robofeed .

 

 

 

 

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