Loop Technology Loop Technology - Vision in Motion Telephone +44 (0) 1305 257108 or email info@looptechnology.com
Home About Loop Technology Vision, Motion & Robotics Solutions Automation & Software Development Services Case Studies Contact Loop Technology
Robotics Systems
 AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS
 Composite Automation
 Robotics
 Applications
 Robot Types
 Robot Controllers
 Robot Cells
 End Effectors
 Robot Safety
 Machining
 Machine Vision
 Motion Control
 3D Labelling Line
 Software Development
Fibre Eye Composite Fibre Inspection System
Fibre Eye Composite Fibre Inspection System
We are taking composite fibre inspection into the future with our new state of the art 'FibreEYE' Composite Fibre Inspection System designed for in-process verification of the composite fibre deposition process...
Find out more >>
Case Studies
  Loop develop machine vision system and software for a Glass Arrissing System...  
  Loop create automated system to palletise brake disc castings for automotive manufacturer...
  Loop automate the process of printing to a robotic system for the Billet Palletising for ThyssenKrupp...
read more case studies
Automation Systems Support
We can be there for you from the design stage right through to operator training and system servicing.
  Consultancy
  Installation
  Training
  System Support
www.looptechnology.com

Industrial Robotic Applications

Industrial Robots offer some obvious advantages in terms of speed, accuracy and productivity as they can run 24/7 repeating jobs which would be tedious to operators without human error.

Below are some common applications for which Loop Technology can provide a robotic solution to increase your productivity and quality. However if you have a different application in mind please contact us to discuss. It may also be possible to integrate more than one application into a system to suit your needs.

  • Vision Guided Robots
  • Robotic Welding
    Probably the most common robot application. All methods of robot welding can be achieved accurately, solidly and neatly due to the control of filler substance and unfalteringly steady positioning. This leads to less scrap and higher productivity. Unlike manual welding robotic welding is unaffected by the flash (molten metal waste) and removes the risk of injury.
  • Robotic Cutting
    The high degree of accuracy lends itself to robotic cutting operations whether fabric, paper, plastic, wood or even metals. Removes human error and risk of injury. Popular cutting techniques are robotic waterjet, plasma and laser.
  • Robotic Assembly
    From assembling cars to PCB's robot assembly benefits from repeatable and accurate part placement.
  • Packaging / Palletising
    Robots can quickly package items without error and can also arrange the products onto pallets securely, even wrapping the products to keep them in place.
  • Cleaning / Spraying
    Controlled jets of air or water can remove any debris from any surface at any angle.
  • Coating / Painting
    Consistent paint finishes are achieved with minimum waste of paint and remove the concern of the effect of paint fumes on employees. They can also be used to submerse products in solutions unsuitable for human contact.
  • Robotic Deburring and Fettling
    Accurate removal of waste from around drilled holes and machined edges without tarnishing the surface.
  • Die Casting
    The removal of product within a mould can be quickly performed by a robot and can handle the product at higher temperatures long before standard removal techniques which means less cooling time required by the machine and ultimately increased productivity.
  • Gluing / Sealing
    Consistent application of glue or bonding materials with precision leads to less waste. High pressure can be applied after application and parts are accurately placed together. Not affected by fumes.
  • Injection Moulding
    Similar to Die Casting, the material can be handled at much higher temperatures leading to shorter cycle times and increased productivity. The product can be removed safely without it being deformed from the fall when ejected from the mould.
  • Machine Tending
    A robot can service a machine in many ways from changing tools to placement and removal of work pieces. There is no risk of injury to operators should they get caught in the machine.
  • Material Handling
    Robots are used to move, feed or disengage parts or tools to or from a location, or to transfer parts from one machine to another. It can also be used to handle material unsuitable or harmful to humans or in environments which are equally inhospitable. An expanding area is one for handling composites.
  • Press Automation
    Again similar to Injection Moulding and Die Casting, the product can be removed at much higher temperatures even horizontally.
  • Vision
    A robot can be combined with vision equipment to act as guidance or to perform any of the tasks discussed in our Machine Vision section. Robots can be precisely positioned to carry out inspection of parts which are hard to reach i.e., the inside of a cylindrical object.
 
Get in touch with us for more information or a no-obligation quote, we would be delighted to talk to you. If you would prefer a face to face meeting we would be happy to visit your premises for a free audit to discuss how any solution or service from Loop Technology would benefit your organisation. Contact us today.
top of page
 
quick links
Copyright © 2009 - 2017 Loop Technology Limited. All rights reserved. Registered in England. Company No. 3498849. Terms | Privacy | Cookies. Website design and development by Boo&Stu.