The Benefits of Collaborative Robots
01 February 2019
Collaborative robots are designed to carry out tedious and repetitive tasks. In the following article we outline how these "cobots" are beneficial when integrated alongside your current work force.
5 Myths About Collaborative Robots
13 February 2019
With the advent of cobots there are bound to be a series of myths associated with them. In this article we debunk some of the greatest myths that people believe about collaborative robots.
Collaborative Robots Vs. Traditional Industrial Robots
28 February 2019
Universal Robots is a leading pioneer in the field of collaborative industrial robots called Cobots.
Save the packaging for collaborative robots
25 March 2019
Nobody enjoys doing the same repetitive job day in and day out. Automate your packaging processes with the use of collaborative robots!
Manufacturing world re-thinking automation?
24 April 2019
As robotics evolve to include robots designed to collaborate with humans rather than replacing them, so does the business rationale for automating production.
Cobots increase CNC productivity
12 June 2019
CNC manufacturing setups are some of the most widely automated industrial processes. They often involve exactly the kinds of repetitive tasks that are ideal for robots.
The UR+ Ecosystem Explained
09 September 2019
With the UR+ program, Universal Robots (UR) launched the world’s first ecosystem of third-party end-effectors (sometimes called end-of-arm tooling or EOAT solutions) and other add-ons for collaborative robot (cobot) arms.
Universal Robots Launches Heavy-Duty Cobot
17 September 2019
Universal Robots announces the immediate availability of the UR16e which boasts an impressive 16 kg payload capability.
Five Ways Cobots Unlock More Value
17 September 2019
While cobots have been enabling manufactures to run agile operations and increase performance for a decade, today’s cobots are built to do even more.
BWIndustrie Optimizes its Deburring Processes with the New UR16e
30 September 2019
The company BWIndustrie has successfully installed a UR16e cobot in its machining center, automating the deburring of metal parts with payload ranging from 4 to 14 kg.