We humans are prone to error, especially in repetitive tasks like screwdriving. Even the most dedicated, skilled workers can't match the reliability and consistency of a well-designed screwdriving robot.
But, how do you design a screwdriving cell that really delivers on its promises?
You might be concerned that opting for robot automation will mean changing your screwdriving process (it might). You might worry that deploying the robot will take time (it might). And you might be uncertain how you can sell the idea to upper management.
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