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An industrial robot is a type of robot designed for manufacturing processes, all accomplished with high endurance, speed, and precision. They can assist in material handling. as well.
Industrial robots are automated, programmable, and capable of movement on three or five-axis.
Most common knowledge use of industrial robots
- They are programmed using special software called a Robot Operating System (ROS). ROS allows for the development of applications that control these robots.
- Typical applications of robots include:
Pick and place printed circuit boards
Packaging and labeling
Reasons to implement industrial robots in your manufacturing lines
Industrial Robots are often used in factories where they perform repetitive tasks, making it a great and main advantage because it performs tasks automatically without requiring human intervention, and follow specific instructions. Making it these are some of the reasons companies:
- Increase in productivity
- Reduce costs
- Improve flexibility in operation
- Effectively manage your volume production
- Maintain persistent results in the manufacturing process
- Ensure quality of products
The global market for industrial robots was valued at $35 billion in 2016, according to Grand View Research, Inc., and is expected to reach $49 billion by 2025. In addition to increasing demand from manufacturers, this growth is being driven by rising labor costs and tighter environmental regulations.
Is your industry already taking advantage of industrial robots?
Most possibly yes. They can be found in factories, warehouses, hospitals, hotels, homes, restaurants, offices, and even schools. In addition to performing useful functions, robots are also being used in dangerous jobs such as nuclear power plants, oil rigs, and space exploration missions.
Industrial robots are becoming more common in manufacturing plants across the globe.
Some of these include:
- Collaborative robots
- Mobile robots
- Intelligent systems
In fact, robots are expected to replace human workers in several industries by 2030.
However, they aren’t cheap. There are also new developments in robotics that have reduced the price of some types of robots and are still in their infancy, but it’s already changing our world.
From manufacturing to logistics, healthcare to retail, we’ve seen incredible advances in the last decade.
From manufacturing to logistics, healthcare to retail, we’ve seen incredible advances in the last decade. Get in contact with our team for more information by filling out the Get a Quote form or contacting any of the phone contact numbers here: https://arrk.com/contact/