News from the Arcworld
Important improvements with ArcWorld at Polet.
At the tool manufacturer Polet in Belgium , the production area is increasingly blue. With the help of the ArcWorld welding station and a painting robot from Yaskawa, important improvements in both efficiency and productivity have been achieved.
ArcWorld's smallest family members, the "Mini" and "Micro" made an impression at the trade fair in Hanover.
With our new Mini and Micro series, it is easy to start robot welding to increase productivity and reduce downtime. They are ideal for completely replacing, or supplementing, manual welding,such as when pre-assembling before welding in a larger robot cell.
We have now added an SSL certificate to this website.
New production line with higher output
In order to meet the increased demand in Sweden and Europe of our encapsulated and movable robot welding cells, ArcWorld, we have recently implemented a Takt Time assembly strategy.
Success for ArcWorld - 100 sold in four years
Small, fast, easy to use and profitable. It is the idea behind the design of our range of versatile and removable stations for robot welding.
ArcWorld with Epik Teknikcenter
Epic is the result of collaboration between business, Linnaeus University and upper secondary school. The purpose of Epic is to provide companies in the region with the technical skills they need, while increasing interest in technology education and technical professions.
Increased robot usage
[IFR February 2018] Automation of production increases worldwide. Today, 74 out of 10,000 employees in the manufacturing industry worldwide estimate. The average robotic density in Europe is higher, with 99 robot units per 10,000 employees.
How is the industrial robot Motoman made?
Already in 1990, Yaskawa started using its own Motoman industrial robot to manufacture new robots. Today, Yaskawa has several robot factories in Japan and Motoman will soon be able to be manufactured here in Europe.