Cobots from Universal Robots offer flexible automation for productions of all sizes. From assembly to painting, from screw work to marking, from packing to polishing, from injection molding to welding, or any other task you can think of.
Universal Robots has sold over 34,000 collaborative robots, which are used in thousands of production environments every single day worldwide.
Today, it has become both cheaper and easier to use robots in interaction with humans. By making a division of labor between heavy, monotonous tasks and the more dexterous ones that require professionalism and ingenuity, companies can save precious time and resources while increasing productivity.
High Precision +/- 0.03mm
Controller update frequency 500Hz
17 Advanced adjustable security features
TUV-Nord Approved in relation to EN ISO 13849-1, Cat.3, PL d, Fully approved EN ISO 10218-1
ISO clean room classification 6
Sound level less than 65 dB
New improved GUI interface
High resolution screen
Force Torque Sensor included
Precision +/- 0.1mm
Controller update frequency 125Hz
15 Advanced adjustable security features
TUV-Nord Approved in relation to EN ISO 13849-1, Cat.3, PL d
ISO clean room classification 5
Sound level 72 dB
Cobots are cost-effective, flexible, secure and user-friendly collaborative robots that work closely with humans in production environments. Collaborative robots make automation easier than ever for even small and medium-sized businesses. Thanks to technological advances, cobots are the future of the automation industry.
This calculator shows the potential impact on savings with a robot compared to manual labor during a project's life
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Total system costs for new automation solution
Number of robots for new solution
Use of solution
Annual labor costs per operator including employee benefits
Number of operators released per shift(percentage relased to be entered on the next page)
Percentage of labor maintained for system operation per shift:
Expected increased productivity
Liberated labor in 7 years
Productivity improvements in 7 years