Car manufacturing in the automotive industry done by robots
Automotive robots put the car manufacturing industry in the fast lane.
Add flexibility and safety to your automotive production line with a collaborative robot arm from Universal Robots. Robot arms from Universal Robots can add value to many stages of the production within the automotive and aerospace industry.
- A robot arm from Universal Robots gives you an industrial advantage by reducing production time on your assembly line.
- The robot arm is lightweight, space-saving, and easy to re-deploy to multiple applications without changing your production layout.
- The average set-up time reported by our customers is only half a day. This gives a new level of flexibility to the automotive industry.
- The manufacturing process of a car is time- and cost-intensive. Automotive cobots give you all the advantages of advanced robotic automation with none of the added costs associated with traditional robotics. Robot arms from Universal Robots have the fastest payback in the industry.
Application areas for car manufacturing robots
Our three different collaborative robot arms are easily integrated into existing production environments in the automotive and subcontractor industries. A robot arm from Universal Robots can be used in robotic car manufacturing systems just like any other car manufacturing or automobile robot. They can be used in dangerous environments where high quality and precision are business-critical, including engine foundries, laser-cutting rigs, forming presses, molding machines, and packaging and palletizing lines.
In addition, robot arms from Universal Robot can also be used in screw driving, assembling, labeling, handling, and quality control applications. View our cases below or contact your local distributor for more information and to find out which robot is right for automating your tasks.
UR10 Collaborative robots - Automotive industry - Universal Robots
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Collaborative robots are cost-effective, safe, and flexible to deploy. Collaborative robots - or cobots - are making automation easier than ever, even for small and mid-sized companies.