Applications for industrial and desktop robots
At Hagen Automation we excel in the supply and specification of of low cost robots. SCARA robots are a great entry point for companies new to robotics or indeed for experienced customers looking to automate themselves. Ideal for desktop type work such as pick and place, dispensing, marking, lab work and much more:
SCARA type robot arms are capable of many different applications in many industries, here is a brief overview. For more information or for a demo email email@example.com
Applications of SCARA robots include:
Dispensing: glue, sealant, liquids etc
Picking and packing
Prototyping in any industry
Machine tending: loading, unloading
Quality control and inspection, repetitive testing
Plastic de-burring, de gating and trimming
Labelling, marking and identification
Personalisation of goods
Education and training
3D printing applications
Simple automation otherwise requiring complex tooling
Model making (architectural, proof of concept, advertising, cinematic)
Complex milling of wood, plastics or aluminium
At Hagen Automation we have many years experience supplying robotic solutions to many different industries. We are here to help and if you are unsure if or how to automate an application then please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have many contacts with specialist integrators. Their experience can save a great deal of time and money in complex and demanding applications.
Industrial robotics is a large and rapidly expanding business with over 250,000 robots installed per year worldwide in robotic systems totalling over 50 Billion USD. In the small robot sector annual growth is forecast of 20 to 30% per year.
There are now very few industries in which robots are not used, and fewer in which they cannot be used. Productivity and efficiency through automation is key to retaining and growing manufacturing in a globally competitive marketplace. SCARA robots and associated tool heads offers the opportunity for many to automate in applications that were previously uneconomic.