In order to choose the robotics solution that’s best for your business, first ask:
1. Which Application Are You Performing?
Narrow your search by application. The types of robots used to automate vary per application. Our trained robotic specialist can help you determine the best solution for your particular application.
2. What Payload Is Required?
Choose a robot based on the right payload capacity. When figuring out this measurement, consider both the EOAT and the part being lifted.
3. How Far Must It Reach?
What type of work envelope do you want your robot to have? The reach will help you zero in on the right solution.
4. Preference of a Manufacturer?
CMD carries many different robots from a variety of manufacturers. Some customers are careful to match their existing equipment while others try something new.
We are always happy to talk through your requirements to help you get the best possible solution for your business – click here tell us more about your objectives.
What is the difference between an Industrial Robot and a Collaborative Robot?
Category: Robotics Integration
Robots and humans have been co-workers for years, but rarely have we been truly working together. This is about to change with the rise of collaborative robots.
Unlike traditional industrial robots, collaborative robots aren’t placed behind guards or in cages. Instead, they can be designed to work safely around people. Let a CMD robotics specialist work with you to determine which solution is best for your application.
Cleanability is key to keeping your system in tip top shape. CMD’s washdown line used when sanitation is a very high priority. The design allows for better access to the inside of the conveyor bed for effective and less time-consuming washdowns.
Whenever you have a process that is constant, repetitive or high safety risk automation should be strongly considered. Whether it’s conveyors systems or a full robotics integration let CMD provide a solution with an expected ROI to help you decide. Contact Us today we’d love to hear from you.
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