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ROBOTICS IN FUTURE OF INDUSTRIES

Pick and Place Robots: What Are They Used For and How Do They Benefit Manufacturers?


Figure-1: Composite-control-architecture-for-an-intelligent-autonomous-mobile-robot

Pick and place robots have become commonplace in today’s manufacturing environment. Typically relegated to simple, repetitive and monotonous tasks that robots naturally excel at, pick and place robots bring a number of benefits for manufacturers.
What are Pick and Place Robots Used For?
Pick and place robots are used in many ways, depending on the product being handled and the manufacturer’s need for automation. There are four main ways that pick and place robots are used:
1.      Assembly: pick and place robots, during assembly processes, grab an incoming part from a conveyor belt and then place this part onto another work piece, which is then typically carried away by another conveyor belt.
2.      Packaging: similar to assembly processes, a pick and place robot grabs a part on an incoming conveyor belt and, rather than assemble the part, the robot places it in a packaging container at a high speed.
3.      Bin Picking: pick and place robots equipped with advanced vision systems can grab a part out of a bin, sometimes even when parts are randomly mixed together in a bin, and place this part on a conveyor for production.
4.      Inspection: vision systems can monitor products moving on an incoming conveyor belt and detect defective products, and then a pick and place robot can remove the defective product before it reaches the final phases of production.
While pick and place robots are used in a number of different ways, the four types of applications listed above are some of the most common in today’s manufacturing facilities.
Types of Industrial Robotic Automation
There are many different types of automation applications that industrial robots are equipped to handle. Often, robots are designed or integrated with a specific task in mind and tailored to meet the unique needs of that task. Some common forms of industrial robotic automation include:
·         Robotic welding
·         Robotic material handling and packaging
·         Robotic pick and place
·         Robotic dispensing
·         Robotic cutting
·         Robotic non-destructive inspection
Benefits of Industrial Robotic Automation
Industrial robots have transformed the manufacturing industry for a reason – they come with many bottom-line benefits. Their first and most important benefit is their efficiency. They complete tasks more quickly than manual labours, and their uptime is significantly higher. The combination of speed and uptime leads to higher throughput at lower operating costs.
To learn more about industrial robots, watch our free webinar from exclusive sponsor Epson, “The Starting Point for Robot Automation: A Beginner’s Tour.”
Assistant Professor,
Ridhdhi Naik
Bhagwan Mahavir College of Engineering and technology,
Surat

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