Robotic Assembly Line Solutions
The Robotic Arm Assembly Line is ideal for tasks demanding speed, precision and accuracy. Car assembly line robots are the most common robotic arm in the car industry
Robotic Custom Solutions
Experts in industrial automation and robotics integration providing custom automation systems. See below for an overview of Robotic Assembly Lines
What Industries are using Assembly Line Robots?
The robotic industry is versatile you can get from small to large industrial robots. As a result, the payload of the robot varies according to the application and part to handle it.
We can find Assembly line robots across many industries but the automotive industry is the main user of this type of robot for assembly line automation. Thus, some of the applications performed for robots in the car industry are painting, welding, milling, cutting and handling automotive components.
This industry uses special types of robots that comply with sanitary conditions. The robotic arm also requires special food-safe components. For example, stainless steel is commonly used since it can withstand caustic cleaning chemicals. Besides this, robots must comply with food-safe lubricants. Finally, some robot manufacturers have a type of “gloves” that cover the robot, this allows enabling extreme sanitisation processes.
Electronic components tend to be small and fragile. So, this industry tends to use small robots that work alongside the staff or alone on the assembly line robots. However, this industry may require a cleanroom robot to keep electronics assembly sanitary.
The three main areas where assembly integration had been widely used are:
- Automotive components
- Computers and consumer electronics
- Pharmaceuticals and medical device assembly
Assembly robots can include vision systems and force sensing. Therefore, vision systems reduce or eliminate the need for the precise location of the item. Together, these sensing technologies make a robot assembly line cost-effective for even relatively short production runs.
Benefit adopting industrial robot
Others assembly robot applications are Aerospace Industry, Marine Industry, Agriculture, Appliances & Consumer Goods, Building Products, and Energy Devices.
Some of the benefits of adopting assembly robot integration are:
- Reduce Operator Intervention
- Minimise Risk,
- No need for Product Handling
- Less Product Damage,
- Minimising operational failures
- Reduce Equipment Maintenance
- Optimise Operational Performance
Customised Automation Packages
Phoenix provides robot automation solutions for all robot applications and for all industries. Contact your system integration companies before buying any equipment for your new projects, it will help you to reduce automation risks. If you need to know more about robot statistics click here.
Top Most Common Manufacturing Applications
- Spray Painting Robots
- Robotic Assembly Lines
- Palletiser Robots
- Robotic Milling & Cutting
- Robotic Welding
- Material Handling Robots
- Robotic Palletising
- Dispensing Robots
Robot Integrator for car assembly line robots
Consult always with a robot integrator, they guide not only what other equipment to buy but also where to get it.
The robot integrator help with the integration of the welding automation. For example, the user interfaces with process control systems, get an idea of the ROI, and after-sale support. It is the whole automation package. Phoenix’s extensive automated painting experience can help you overcome any challenges with paint finishing throughput, consistency, and quality.
Ready to build for Robot Cell?
We build partnerships with our clients and we provide Customised car assembly line robot automation packages. We are robot integrators that understand the importance of delivering the project on time.
Phoenix’s extensive automated painting experience can help you overcome any challenges.