Industrial Robots
Industrial robots are welding and painting cars. Within warehouses, they are putting stock on shelves, picking out items for orders, transporting goods from docks to shipping areas, and packaging them for transport. At semiconductor plants, robots move delicate wafers without damaging any components. Elsewhere, they’re assisting with gluing, assembling, cutting, grinding, and other routine yet critical tasks.
The growing prevalence of these robots is not surprising, because industrial operations, both mundane and complex, are increasingly automated. Cost is a factor in their rise, since the average selling price for a robot has fallen by more than half over the past 30 years. Emerging markets have an additional imperative for automation: the need to improve product quality to compete effectively in the export market.
Use industrial robots to automate applications throughout your production line to save time and money. Industrial robots reduce waste and produce higher-quality products with continuous precision. Robots can also handle the most tedious and dangerous manufacturing applications to keep your workers safe, healthy and motivated.
We integrate new and reconditioned robot systems for a wide spectrum of robotic applications. Our robot integration experience and knowledge is a great benefit to our customers. We want your production line to run as smooth and efficiently as possible and can identify the best robot solution for your specific application requirements.

Pick & Place Robots

Robotic pick and place automation speeds up the process of picking parts up and placing them in new locations, increasing production rates.
Consistency is also a benefit of using a pick and place system. The robots can be easily programmed and tooled to provide multiple applications if required.
An increase in output with a pick and place robot system offer long-term savings to companies. With the advancements in technology and affordability of robots, more pick and place robotic cells are being installed for automation applications.
Pick and place robots have become commonplace in today's manufacturing environment. Typically relegated to simple, repetitive and monotonous tasks that robots naturally excel at, pick and place robots bring a number of benefits for manufacturers.

What are Pick and Place Robots Used For?

Pick and place robots are used in many ways, depending on the product being handled and the manufacturer's need for automation. There are four main ways that pick and place robots are used:
Pick and Place robots, during assembly processes, grab an incoming part from a conveyor belt and then place this part onto another work piece, which is then typically carried away by another conveyor belt.
Similar to assembly processes, a pick and place robot grabs a part on an incoming conveyor belt and, rather than assemble the part, the robot places it in a packaging container at a high speed.
Bin Picking
Pick and Place robots equipped with advanced vision systems can grab a part out of a bin, sometimes even
when parts are randomly mixed together in a bin, and place this part on a conveyor for production.
Vision systems can monitor products moving on an incoming conveyor belt and detect defective products, and then a pick and place robot can remove the defective product before it reaches the final phases of production.
While pick and place robots are used in a number of different ways, the four types of applications listed above are some of the most common in today's manufacturing facilities.

What are the Benefits of Pick and Place Robots?

The two main benefits of pick and place robots are speed and consistency. For pick and place robots, throughput can often reach up to 200 products per minute, while vision systems can identify 100 products per second on a moving conveyor. Additionally, placement errors can be as small as 0 mm in a properly integrated system.
The consistency at which a pick and place robot is able to complete assembly, quality control, packaging and other material handling processes improves the overall quality of production and reduces downtime due to errors. Speed contributes significantly to productivity, as pick and place robots move products through the manufacturing process much quicker than manual options.
Overall, pick and place robots can provide great return on investment (ROI) for manufacturers because of the productivity benefits they can provide. Pick and place robots help production operations around the world increase their output in a profitable way.

Robotic Arm

Robotic Arm is an agile and compact robot, and can be easily integrated into any production environment.

Versatile installation for convenient deployment

Robotic arm is compact and lightweight and supports mounting in any direction including ceiling, table, and wall mounting for rapid and flexible installation to fit into existing production lines. It mimic human-like movements with agility. It is meant to meet the flexible production needs required by small parts assembly processes including consumer electronics, consumer goods, and small and medium enterprises.


Robotic arm is intuitive and easy-to-use lead through programming. Combining simplicity with the robot's deployment flexibility, it will help manufacturers in many industries to offset shortages of skilled workers.