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Universal Robots powers Industry 4.0 with automated quality assurance

29 March 2021

Universal Robots is strengthening its commitment to innovative automation by announcing a brand-new expert webinar, focused on how cobots can bring new levels of cutting-edge quality to the inspection process.

Join Universal Robots at 11am (GMT) on 6th April 2021 for “Inspection in Industry 4.0: The Rise of Cobotics”

Discover how cobots can take quality assurance to the next level, offering: 

• Enhanced production workflow flexibility.
• Greater product repeatability.
• ...and most of all, consistent quality assurance.

Automation can also remove human error from the quality control process. You can fine out how a cobot can be used as a platform to deliver a measuring system to build up a 3D inspection of a part. They can be used as part of an inspection cell to move a camera to multiple positions over an object, for unparalleled accuracy. 

Mark Gray, Country Manager UK&I, Universal Robots said: “Quality control is an area that businesses of all sizes and in all sectors struggle to get right. Manufacturers are dealing with increased competition and labour shortages due to Brexit and the pandemic. By automating the quality inspection process, businesses can ensure consistent product repeatability and productivity gains. Cobots are flexible enough to fit into production lines of any size, and can be reprogrammed easily and painlessly. Getting started on the path to Industry 4.0 is easier than you might think.”

Sign up for Universal Robots’ latest expert webinar today.

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