A Beginner’s Guide to Industrial Robots
Are you interested in robots for your factory floor, but aren’t sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place.
Robotic automation helps businesses like yours flourish by greatly improving productivity and shifting menial and/or dangerous tasks from human workers to industrial robots.
Continue reading to learn about the other benefits ofand what you can do to help your team adapt.
Guide to Industrial Robots
Benefits of Industrial Robots
Many business owners have already invested in robotic automation. If you want to keep your competitive edge, we recommend adopting the latest robotics technology. Unlike human workers, robots produce consistent quality results. For example, a painting robot can apply paint evenly across a surface, significantly reducing drips and other imperfections.
While human workers can become incredibly skilled at their jobs, they’re not perfect. This is where industrial robots can help.
- Take over repetitive tasks
- Make human jobs easier
- Reduce mistakes and waste
- Improve productivity and output
- Reduce risk of injury
Have a specific problem that needs solving? Request a quote from our team to get started. We have experience working with a wide range of industries, including yours.
Industries that Use Robots
Many industries use robots on factory floors to improve productivity and worker safety. For example, automobile companies use industrial painting robots for their cars. In the past, workers who painted equipment were exposed to carcinogens, iso-cyanides, and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). Painting robots are designed to work under these same conditions so humans can work in safer environments.
Our robots can be used for:
- Painting and dispensing
- Material handling
- Picking and packaging
How to Integrate Robots
During the design phase, we’ll make sure to create a robot that integrates with the machinery you already have. Unlike other robotics companies, we also make sure you know how to use your new system before leaving. We offer robotics training for both you and your team so you can make full use of your new investment.
It’s a myth that robotic automation completely eliminates the need for human workers. You will still need your employees to supervise industrial robots, as well as do necessary maintenance, troubleshooting, and basic repairs.
How Robots Change the Workplace
It’s a misconception that industrial robots completely replace humans. Instead, more and more Americans are learning how to work alongside these helpful robots. Industrial robots take over repetitive or hazardous tasks so humans can focus on those that require more skill. Your robotic automation systems will also need human supervision, as well as maintenance and repairs.
It’s normal to receive some resistance from your team when they learn about the new robotic automation system. Many workers feel threatened by industrial robots because they’re afraid of losing their jobs. The easiest way to help your team adapt to changing workplace conditions is to explain how industrial robots will benefit them. For example, robotics technology can greatly improve worker safety.