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Case Study: How Mobile Robots Increased Productivity and Safety at Scott Fetzer Electrical Group

The goal of industrial automation has always been to transition people from dangerous and monotonous jobs into more simulating and rewarding ones. To accomplish this goal, robots have successfully taken over repetitive assembly tasks, tasks involving exposure to dangerous contaminates like paint fumes and even tedious tasks, like delivering parts around the factory.

At the Scott Fetzer Electrical Group (SFEG), the UR5 collaborative robot made an impact on employees by saving their time and their backs, quickly becoming a valued member of the team. A fleet of robots, mobilized on transportable stations, successfully increased production by 20 percent at the SFEG facility.

This 11-page case study will detail how SFEG optimized their production processes and cut costs by using mobile collaborative robots to:
  • Increase pace of production lines
  • Simplify automation programming and implementation
  • Collect data in life cycle testing
  • Automate assembly
  • Flexibly reposition employees

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