The main part of our robotic workplaces consists of robots for the so-called Pick and place applications, where the main task of the robot is to take the load and move it from one point to another, rotate the load or place it in a machining center. Another interesting application where this robot can be used is folding the final product into crates. These applications are most commonly used with conventional six-axis robots, or SCARA robots.
Nowadays, we cannot forget the cooperative robots, who are able to work near the machine operator and thus meet the strict safety criteria for these applications. One other advantage is that this application saves space as the robot does not have to be in a cage.