Robots are known for their productivity, consistency, and reliability, but the programming and jigging requirements for existing systems make them difficult to deploy for high-mix manufacturers. Autonomous robotics technology is different; it can see your parts in their environment, plan a unique robot motion according to the part's real shape and position, and execute a process to maximum quality and consistency with already-available industrial robots from major OEMs. This technology uses a combination of 3D vision and AI to accomplish these goals for both static and conveyor-based processes while allowing for easy configuration, management, and maintenance. It also provides productivity improvements, consumables and energy savings, reduced rework, and elimination of process-driven health and safety risks.
- How autonomous robotic technology works for high-mix spray processes
- How a system can be configured
- The limitations of current systems
- The core benefits and opportunities relative to existing and available spray or coating systems
- Who is best suited to such a system, the requirements, and general payback of installation