Important Benefits of Using Universal Collaborative Robots

Applied Tech Review | Tuesday, October 05, 2021

Employees are injured as a result of tasks such as heavy lifting. Employees face the risk of falling from great heights as well. Other processes, such as welding, necessitate high temperatures that humans are incapable of handling.

Fremont, CA: Today, most manufacturing industries face significant challenges that robots can address. The most pressing issue that every business must address is workplace safety. Every year, businesses spend a significant amount of money to cover their employees' hospital bills.

Aside from medical bills, most employees miss a few days of work because of illnesses and injuries. Employee absence from the workplace incurs direct and indirect costs that have an impact on an industry's financial status.

What are the benefits of using a robot?

Robots Decrease Workplace Injuries

Many processes in the manufacturing industry are hazardous to humans. Employees are injured as a result of tasks such as heavy lifting. Employees face the risk of falling from great heights as well. Other processes, such as welding, necessitate high temperatures that humans are incapable of handling.

The painting method also emits harmful fumes that can harm human health. To avoid all of these health issues, a company should work with the Universal collaborative arm. All of these tasks can be completed by the robot without causing any health problems.

A single-arm is programmed to precisely handle all manufacturing processes. A single robotic machine can effectively lift, paint, weld, and transport products from one location to another.

Boosts Productivity and Growth

The scarcity of skilled labor has a significant impact on productivity and growth. Obtaining qualified personnel to perform certain tasks in the production unit is an expensive endeavor. Due to a labor shortage, production is delayed, affecting overall productivity and growth.

Universal collaborative robots are the solution to this problem. The joint robotic arm is programmed to handle all of the industry's production tasks.

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