Robotic Systems that fit you.
Durabotics has determined that there are Five Major Reasons Why Automation Project Fail.
- Not designing the product/process for automation
- Poor or No Equipment Specification
- Poor Concept – Not well thought out
- Poor Project Management – Buyer & Vendor
- Acceptance Criteria – not well defined.
We have developed our Duraspec™ Project Management Process to assure that you succeed.
Besides good project/process management the key to success involves a good definition of the specifications, good interactive brainstorming for a concept, and a precise definition of success. “DONE” is a four letter word; it needs to be carefully defined and all parties involved need to agree upon its definition at the beginning of a project. Then success is attainable.
Durabotics covers a wide variety of markets. We provide training and installation services throughout North America with teams of technical salespeople and engineering support and design personnel. We provide user friendly, cost-effective robotic solutions for:
- Flexible Assembly that can involve:
- Flexible Part Feeding
- Adhesive Dispense
- Packaging /Pack-out Applications
- Palletizing / Depalletizing
- Machine Tending – specialty applications requiring secondary operations
Our systems incorporate robotics, machine vision, conveyance systems, RFID technology, light curtains, safety systems, adhesive dispense, and many types of part-feeding technologies.
Our unique supply channels include robot manufacturers that represent the best available for your application: six-axis robots, high-speed delta style robots, palletizing robots, SCARA robots, simple Cartesian robots, and more. Our unique supplier channels coupled with our engineering integration team provide innovative, cost effective robotic work-cells to meet your specific needs.
Robotic Industries Association
Founded in 1974, RIA is the only trade group in North America organized specifically to serve the robotics industry. Member companies include leading robot manufacturers, users, system integrators, component suppliers, research groups, and consulting firms.
Robot safety is always the number-one concern and no application should be automated if it cannot be done safely. Nor should people work in unsafe conditions. Robots and people should work together only when safety has been considered first. The RIA strives to help keep automation safe and lead the way in implementing safety standards.