COBOTS TO IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY IN SCOTLAND
Can I Really Employ a Robot?
Most manufacturing companies have processes that are repetitive, time-consuming, costly, and in some cases dangerous. In today’s climate, it is becoming more difficult to re-react to changes in demand due to labour shortages. Cobots (collaborative robots) have been designed to help ease these problems and concerns.
In conjunction with Universal Robots, SP-Elements is hosting a Webinar on the 1st May 2020, to show manufacturing companies how quickly they can introduce cobots and ease the aforementioned problems. With simplistic programming, and fast payback (normally within 8 months), we will be able to let you see why you should now consider employing a cobot.
Sales Manager for UK & Ireland
Mark started his career as an electrical engineer and moved into automation working for a manufacturer of packaging and bottling machines for Coca Cola. After a move into sales Mark ran a distributor for Cognex vision systems for 14 years. Finally joining Universal Robots as UK manager 3 years ago to take responsibility for day to day business.
Sales Engineer- SP Elements
Andrew Clouston is the Sales Engineer for SP Elements, a division of SP Automation & Robotics. A Mechanical Engineer, he has a background built-in industry, with over 20 years’ experience and knowledge in Manufacturing and Production environments. Andrew’s role is to assist companies that are looking to automate repetitive processes and require solutions within days as opposed to months.
Read more about our automation here…
- Should I use a Robot or X-Y Gantry?
- Benefits of Automation
- What is the Difference Between Automation & Robotics
- Robots & Cobots – What is the Difference?
- Robotic Automation
- Can Labour Shortages be Solved by Cobots – Collaborative Robots?
- The Benefits of Collaborative Robots
- Special Purpose Machinery
- Bowl Feeder vs. a Vision Guider Feed System
- Advantages & Disadvantages of Robotic Automation