Introduction to robots
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Industrial robots were born to perform laborious tasks for humans, including repetitive, dangerous processes and handling heavy objects, among others. Initially, robots were implemented for the automotive industry, but they have since expanded to others, including machinery and appliance manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, civil engineering, medical/pharmaceutical, food, and cosmetics industries — and more. Robots have proven to be particularly useful for lines with short product cycles, small-lot production of goods, and mixed-quantity production. As these needs are increasing, robots’ abilities are expanding. But when it comes to actually implementing a robot, a lot of questions arise. “What tasks can you leave to the robot?” “What steps do I need to take?” […]