In our time, progress has stepped so far that assembly robots began to work in many enterprises instead of people. These machines are able to effectively cope with their tasks in areas of high radiation or danger to human health. Robots are designed not only for simple operations (delivery of materials to the production site), but also for high-precision fitting of panels, processing of automotive parts and boring of complex elements of diesel engines.
All of the above operations are standard. In the 21st century, assembly robots are used even in electrical engineering, where assembly quality is critical. It is hard to imagine that about a third of all factories have such machines at their disposal, which work at a constant pace and with little or no human intervention.
With this level of automation, enterprises manage to increase production and significantly reduce costs (the technique does not require high salaries and social guarantees). According to experts, the refusal of some factories to introduce automated machines may subsequently remind of itself in the form of a decrease in income and a deterioration in the position of the company in our competitive market.
An important advantage of robots is to maintain a constant pace, due to which the output is much more products than in the case of involving people in production. And now the most successful and far-sighted manufacturers see assembly robots as the future.
As you know, cutting materials is a very important point in the technological cycle. The quality and price of the finished product depends on the quality of the blanks, and therefore it is more expedient to rely on accuracy. Highly skilled workers are able to cope with the cutting of metal and other hard materials. But oxygen and plasma cutting poses a serious threat to humans. In this case, cutting robots become relevant.
Technique can cope with any job, regardless of working conditions. And in such superiority of machines lies their popularity. Cutting robots are used both in mechanical engineering and in the petrochemical industry. Modern cutting technologies make it possible to produce a high-quality cut in a very short time, and their cost-effectiveness allows to reduce the cost of operating such equipment. The result is high-quality products of any shape and geometry.
Compared to human labor, it can be established that robots can cope with similar tasks faster, and in some cases, the cutting accuracy of machines is higher than that of an experienced worker. And all this at a fairly low cost for the maintenance and purchase of robots. Extensive customization options allow you to get rid of manual labor, and the employee is only required to supervise the production process.