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10 Reasons to Invest
in Automation

01

Reduce Operational Expenses

Integrated Industrial Robotic Systems help decrease costs related to overall production and overhead, such as labour, utilities and consumables.

02

Improve Consistency and Quality

Robots and automated systems ensure high-quality results because of their inherent capacity for repeatability, accuracy and consistency in manufacturing.

03

Increase Outputs

Boost productivity and decrease downtime by using robots to do tedious, repetitive tasks that humans don’t enjoy. Robots also don’t need time off for breaks, sickness or holidays.

04

Increase Capacity and Business Potential

By decreasing cycle time and increasing outputs, you’ll be able to take on more work.

05

Increase Yield and Consistency

Produce a more consistent, standardized product in greater quantity, with less reject and waste.

06

Improve Flexibility

Use advanced software solutions to quickly program new movements for the robot without halting production. Use a Human Machine Interface (HMI) or the robot controller to easily switch among robotic programs and provide more flexibility on your production line.

07

Improve Workplace Safety

Reduce employee accidents, ailments and injuries by letting robots take over dangerous or repetitive manufacturing tasks. As an additional consideration, welding fume management is simplified when deploying automated systems.

08

Reduce Employee Turnover

Automation will allow for employee growth opportunities within your organization.

09

Address Recruiting Challenges

Use robots as an alternative to recruiting and training hard-to-find skilled workers for tough working conditions.

10

Maximize Production Space

Automated systems produce production density that is far greater than manual systems. Advanced approaches can place robots on shelving systems, walls, or ceilings.

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Book a consultation to discuss the robotic engineering options available to you, including weld analysis, part analysis, reach analysis, weld optimization, cycle times, process planning, fixture design, and any other application-specific considerations.

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