Manufacturing industries as varied as automotive, electronics, chemical products and food already use collaborative robots (cobots) for tasks such as assembly, loading and packaging. The partnership between humans and cobots is an important one that combines tasks and drills with thoughts and skills.
Manufacturers may choose to invest in cobots to achieve consistency in quality, increase response time or meet market demand. Regardless of the reason, it is apparent that collaborative robots are playing a big part in the advancement of manufacturing. Learn more about “What Cobots Can Do for Your Business” with this infographic.
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