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Applied Cobotics Integrates Robotics With Other Functions

Nov. 17, 2021
The company implements collaborative cobots to perform tasks side-by-side with the human workforce.

Applied Cobotics aims to provide automation solutions by integrating collaborative robots (cobots), material lift systems, 3D printing and other automation technologies into manufacturing systems.

Applied Cobotics strives to implement collaborative cobots to perform tasks side-by-side with the human workforce, provide gripper options that offer greater flexibility in automation, create innovative systems such as the Automated Material Lift (AML) System for more efficient, lights-out manufacturing and employ 3D printing to create jigs, prototypes, custom grippers and trays for parts set-up and queuing.

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