Today most robots are used in manufacturing operations; the applications can be divided into three categories:

Material handling: material-handling applications include material transfer and machine loading and unloading. Material-transfer applications require the robot to move materials or work parts from one location to another.

Processing operations: in robotic processing operations, the robot manipulates a tool to perform a process on the work part. Examples of such applications include spot welding, continuous arc welding, and spray painting.

Assembly and inspection: the use of robots in assembly is expected to increase because of the high cost of manual labour common in these operations. Since robots are programmable, one strategy in assembly work is to produce multiple product styles in batches, reprogramming the robots between batches.

In our cases we mostly use robots and robot operations for moving products. We developed pick and place functions with a wide range of industrial robots such as:

  • ABB
  • Kuka
  • Staubli
  • Bosch
  • Mitsubishi
  • EPSON

Robot movements are also controlled and programmed to run smoothly and without causing any problems.