Articulated Arm
5 or 6 axis articulated robot arm used in a variety of applications
Robot Simulation
Run the Application in Simulation Mode With no Physical Robot
Collaborative Robots
Designed to Work With Humans in Close Proximity
Robot to CNC Integration
Robots are Integrated to CNC Machines for Tool Changing and Parts Removal
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With today’s technology, integrating a robot into a current production line is more feasible than ever. The price of industrial automation equipment has been decreasing over the last several years and with current labor forces not being able to keep up with demand, robot integration has become a viable option for most manufacturing companies. At some point, the necessity for automation is inevitable. It isn’t a question of if we should start integrating robots into the production line, but when ?

How do you select the correct robot for the application ?

There are several questions that need to be answered before selecting a robot.

These are some of the questions that need to be answered before selecting a robot for an application. If you would like more information please contact us.

RoboTire, who is designing a robotic automated tire removal/installation station was creating a new concept utilizing 2 articulated arm Mitsubishi robots. They contracted Industrial Automation Solution to complete the robot integration of these two robots into their latest design concept. Currently, we are in initial stages of programming, testing and design and are adding Cognex vision system for several tasks including to locate tire placement along with lug nut removal/placement . Please click on the link to see video for the latest progress on this project. https://youtu.be/WLezgajcGAU