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Industrial robotics makes it possible to automate certain tasks in your production line to boost flexibility and productivity.

Industrial robots at a glance

Industrial robotics makes it possible to automate certain tasks in your production line to boost flexibility and productivity.

This robot is supplied without additional equipment. It cannot do anything on its own.  The arms must be fitted with the tools (camera, welding torch, machining brush, etc.) to perform the required industrial operations and the robot must be programmed.

The job of an integrator such as Actemium consists of delivering a turnkey system: designing, engineering, building and integrating the remaining equipment required to ensure that the robot performs according to your expectations and in compliance with regulations.

By automating your production, the industrial robot enables you to increase your productivity and improve the quality of your products.

A robot is more flexible than a special machine and enables you to modify your production lines to accommodate any changes.

Why robotise?

Produce more while reducing costs

Once the operator has programmed the robot, it can operate unattended 24/7, supporting more flexible production management and increasing your competitiveness.

Increase the flexibility of your production lines

Unlike special machines built to perform a specific task and very difficult to modify, a robot can be adapted to different operations. It can be adapted to changes in product, production speed or constraints by simply reprogramming the robot and fitting it with different peripheral equipment. A robot is a long-term investment and its service life far exceeds the life of the product.

Improve process and product quality

The robot operates the same way every time, repetitively, it is efficient, performant, and quality ensured for greater reliability. The scrap rate is reduced and product quality improved, the process is stable and controlled. The robot is a standard element with performance, precision and stability.

Reduce the amount of hard or unpleasant work and improve workplace health and safety

The robot replaces human operators on workstations which represents a risk to their health and cause occupational illness and MSD. It automates hard, unpleasant, dangerous or repetitive tasks: heavy load handling, noisy environment, emissions, burn risks, etc.

Activity sectors using robots

Traditional sectors:

  • Automobile
  • Capital goods

New sectors:

  • Aeronautical
  • Food processing
  • Space / Defence
  • Medical
  • Pharmaceuticals/Cosmetics
  • Logistics
  • Building