Sustainability ranks high on the global and political agenda as countries and regions set out energy and emission targets as part of climate change-related commitments. Universal Robots, like many other companies, is working to make its own working practices and production more sustainable. What makes a manufacturing process more environmentally ‘sustainable’?
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts exploring the many ways in which cobots support adaptation and business continuity in uncertain times. Each post focuses on a popular application for UR cobots and shows how cobots enable flexible, future-proofed automation deployments for companies of all sizes.
In the search for a way to efficiently drill holes through the pieces of foam used for the upholstery to create the tufted look, Fibreline determined automation was the key to achieving their production goals. Universal Robots and OCTOPUZ work together to automate Fibreline’s manufacturing process while providing flexibility.