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Universal Robots Application Note: Collaborative Robotics in the Metals & Machining Industry

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This white paper from Universal Robots highlights the benefits of using collaborative robots (cobots) in the metals and machining industry. Cobots address challenges like labor shortages and high-mix/low-volume production with flexible, cost-effective automation. Easy to deploy and program, they improve productivity and quality in applications such as CNC machine tending, welding, packaging, and assembly. With over 75,000 cobots deployed globally, Universal Robots showcases how cobots enhance efficiency and adapt to changing production needs.

Cross Company is here to help you leverage Universal Robots’ cobots to transform your manufacturing processes. Our experts will assist you in integrating these advanced solutions to boost efficiency and maintain competitiveness. Contact us to learn more about our automation support.

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