Among its advantages are the following: Lightness (you can move and relocate the robot inside the plant depending on the productive needs), flexibility (they can be reconfigured to operate at different points in a production line-bottlenecks) and ease of installation (they do not require specialized technicians for their assembly and start-up). Their small size allows them to interact with humans in a shared workspace (without the need to install security measures).
At Carbures, we are working on this line, from our Machinery area, within the Carbures Mobility unit, with the integration of a robotic cell in a linear production of power steering systems, and of which we informed a few weeks ago. Technology and products that have already been sold to top tier suppliers in both the United States and Japan.
In addition to having achieved this production milestone from the Mobility unit, the implementation of this technology in our own factories will be done by Carbures Aerospace & Defense. The project consists of the development and implementation of a collaborative verification process with a humanoid robotic unit (Robot Hiro) for the measurement of thicknesses of aeronautical parts. The objective is to optimize the repetitive tasks existing in the verification processes, within the Quality Department. At the moment, "Hiro" is being adapted by our R & D engineers in Systems, for its next implantation in the factories of Carbures. Our position as leaders in technology and new materials, makes us work at the forefront of the trends of applied high knowledge in the industrial area.