The robot is an electromechanical device that can perform various tasks based on preliminary programming. It can be under direct human control, but you can do it yourself to supervise a computer. Robots usually perform jobs that are too dangerous or too difficult for man (eg destruction of nuclear waste) or simply too monotonous, but with a high precision task, so a robot can do much more safety than humans (such as vehicle manufacturing ).- Wikipedia

Industrial robot

Industrial robot as defined by ISO 8373:2012: An automatically controlled, reprogrammable, multipurpose manipulator programmable in three or more axes, which can be either fixed in place or mobile for use in industrial automation applications Classification by mechanical structure The number of axles should be considered as the basic characteristic supplied by the manufacturer and not as axes added later by the user. The robots are mechanically broken down into the following main types: Descartes robot, SCARA robot, articulated robot arms (usually 6 axes), parallel robot, cylindrical robot Typical applications for industrial robots in industrial applications include welding, painting, deburring, assembly, pick and place, palletising, product verification and testing, etc. all of which can only be achieved with high endurance, speed and accuracy. The most commonly used robotics for industrial automation include articulated robots, SCARA robots, and mobile robots.


Collaborative robots

According to the challenges of the markets in different industry and the Industry 4.0 revolution has given birth the new generation of the robots, the COLLABORATIVE robots that work together with people working according to ISO 10218-1: 2011 and PLD Cat. 3 standards. Collaborative (COBOT) robots are able to perform tasks that were not practical and cost-effective using traditional industrial robots for automation of manufacturing cells. A 7-axis robot arm with more than 1200 mm reach, 4 kg payload and work precisely (+/- 0.1 mm) while operating safely next to people, high degree of freedom and large workload for most tasks. Such a robot arm can easily be installed into work cell that has tight spaces and were designed for people. The manufacturer’s built-in video camera and torque sensing capability allow for high adaptability to the challenges of manufacturing tasks. The above-mentioned technical parameters are fully met by the American company RethinkRobotics, its newly developed robot SAWYER. The Sawyer robot provides high-performance in the automation for the companies and manufacturers while maintaining flexibility, security and affordability along with the RethinkRobotics brand.


For many years the automotive industry has been well known for its intensive use of industrial robotics. Since the implantation of the first industrial robots in the 1960s, a lot of things have changed. These days, the production lines need to be more efficient, flexible and precise. Many enhancements have been made on production lines over the last few years to help workers in their daily tasks. In the near future, it will be that the car will be built on a non-moving assembly line, but moving nicely one by one to the well-organized through workstations. One advantage of this is that each car just goes through the work phases, work calls that really need its specification. That is, if you do not need to pass a car on a mounting process element (for example, it does not include a roof window, track racer or AdBlue tank), it does not even go where this mounting phase is going to logically accelerate the speed of the assembly process. Accordioning to Audi a fixed workstation with flexible timing is much less stressful for the operator,workers than the continuously moving assembly line. However, the disadvantage of the system is that it requires very, very, very accurate, continuously adaptable, flexible design – but there are already enough computers and self-organizing software. New Market Challenges provide new technical solutions to given a birth and help the expansion of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.

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