Robot Integrator serving globally

A robot integrator understands the robotic industry as well as the latest technology for all manufacturing applications. All-in-one robotic automation solutions, including robotic cell design, are included.

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Our Robotic Services

Our Services

Are you looking to buy a robot but are unsure which brand to purchase? There are many robots for sale, including new and reconditioned ones. Phoenix can guide you in choosing the best option that meets your needs.

In addition, we can help you select the appropriate manufacturing systems for your needs, including designing and manufacturing robotic cells, as well as installation and commissioning.

Robot Integration & Robot Cell Design

Our experts will be pleased to assist you in getting the best out of your robotic cell project and system integration.

Programming Robotic Arms and Simulations

Programming robot arms is a primary concern for a reliable robotics integrator when designing a robotic cell.

Robot training courses for ABB, KUKA, and FANUC

Robotics training courses are essential for new installations, faster and more effective start-ups, saving time and resources.

Some of Our Projects

Phoenix Control Systems provides complete automation packages, including control system integration, as well as robotic systems integration. As a robotic integrator, we help you choose the right manufacturing systems for your needs, from design and manufacture to installation and commissioning. Our experts will be pleased to assist you in getting the best out of your robotic project and systems integration. 

Robot Entertainment Industry

Integration of four ABB Robots

welding robots

Integration of two welding cells

Robotic Trimming

KUKA Robot Integration

Robotic Palletising

Integration of palletising robot cell

What manufacturing process are you looking to automate?

A reliable Robot Integrator

A robot integrator plays a crucial role in helping organizations successfully implement robotics and automation solutions.

By partnering with a robot integrator, you can leverage their expertise and experience to streamline the implementation of robotic systems, reduce risks, and achieve desired productivity gains. They guide you through the entire process, from initial planning to post-installation support, ensuring a successful integration of robotics into your operations.

Here are some ways a robot integrator can assist you:

How can a robot integrator help?

A robot integrator begins by understanding your specific needs, challenges, and goals. They work closely with you to assess your processes, identify automation opportunities, and determine the best-fit robotic solutions for your application.

The integrator collaborates with you to design a customized robotic system that meets your requirements. They consider factors such as robot type, end-of-arm tooling, safety considerations, workflow optimization, and integration with existing equipment or systems.

A robot integrator has expertise and knowledge of various robot manufacturers and suppliers. They can help you navigate the market and select the right robot brand and model for your application. They consider factors such as payload capacity, reach, precision, speed, and durability.

Integrators have skilled engineers who are proficient in robot programming. They develop the necessary code and configure the robot to perform the desired tasks efficiently and accurately. They optimize robot movements, trajectories, and parameters to maximize productivity and minimize cycle times.

A complete Robot Integration

The integrator handles the installation and integration of the robotic system into your existing production environment. They ensure proper mechanical setup, electrical connections, and interface integration with other equipment or control systems. This includes safety measures, such as implementing safety barriers or light curtains.

Integrators conduct thorough testing and validation to ensure the robot performs as expected. They verify the robot’s functionality, accuracy, repeatability, and safety features. Any necessary adjustments or fine-tuning are made during this phase to achieve optimal performance.

Integrators provide training to your team on operating and maintaining the robotic system. They educate operators on safety protocols, teach programming skills, and guide them on troubleshooting common issues. Additionally, they provide comprehensive documentation, including user manuals, maintenance procedures, and programming guides.

After the installation, integrators offer ongoing support and maintenance services. They provide technical assistance, troubleshooting, and periodic system inspections to ensure the robot continues to operate optimally. They can also assist with software updates, spare parts procurement, and system upgrades as needed.

As your needs evolve, a robot integrator can help you scale up your robotic system or expand into new applications. They can advise on adding more robots, reconfiguring the system, or integrating additional automation technologies to meet your changing requirements.

What manufacturing process are you looking to automate?

Most Popular Manufacturing Robot Applications

Spray-painting robots, assembly-line robots, robotic milling and cutting, handling robots, robotic welding, palletising robots, and dispensing robots are all examples of industrial robots frequently used in manufacturing operations. These robots are designed to work rapidly, precisely, and tirelessly to increase production efficiency and reduce labour costs. Selecting the right robotic system for a specific task requires careful analysis of the product design, production requirements, and budget. However, once integrated into a production line, these machines can significantly streamline processes and improve overall performance.

Things to consider on Robot cell design planning

Manufacturers use several robots in a cell to enhance production.

A single gripper robot can hold only one part at a time.

The layout refers to the arrangement of machines within the cell. Therefore, most robotic cell models assume one of two designs: linear or circular.

Since each of the stages performs a different function, they generally have different processing times.

The time required for loading and unloading is an important factor that influences the processing.

A cell producing identical parts is referred to as a single-part-type cell. In contrast, a multiple-part-type cell processes lots that contain different types of components. Generally, these different part types require different processing times.

Robotic Cell Design

Robotic Cell Simulation

At Phoenix, we have the expertise to help you integrate either a single robotic cell or robots for your assembly line. In addition, we have assisted many manufacturers in understanding their automation needs for their factory processes.

By doing so, they not only save time and money during the robot integration process, but also during the purchasing of the robot(s).

We offer tailored packages for integrating robotic systems.

Phoenix Control Systems provides fully integrated packages, including control system integration, as well as robot automation.

If you don't know how to start or what industrial robot to choose, get in contact with us. Our robotic team will assist you during the integration process.