The UR20 is our top-end model with the longest reach and heaviest payload capabilities. Thanks to its small footprint, this industrial collaborative robot allows automation of more applications where heavy objects need to be lifted over a longer distance.
The UR10e is our medium duty industrial collaborative robot that combines both long reach and high payload. This cobot will seamlessly integrate into a wide range of applications and delivers endless automation possibilities.
The UR16e is our smaller heavy-duty industrial collaborative robot. When space is limited but you need to handle large and heavy workpieces or objects, the UR16e is the perfect choice.
The UR3e is the smallest industrial collaborative robot arm in our portfolio. Benefit from its compact form when automating processes in tight workspaces, such as on bench-tops.
The UR5e is the larger of our two light payload industrial collaborative robots. For applications that require a small-sized cobot with sufficient reach and payload, the UR5e will help you perform precise, meticulous tasks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Woodworking robotics and automation from JJ Smith involves the use of advanced robotics to perform various tasks in the woodworking industry such as handling and finishing, including lifting, loading and unloading, placement and screwing, sanding, polishing and more. These technologies aim to work collaboratively with humans to improve efficiency, precision and productivity in woodworking processes without impacting on floor space.
Woodworking robots can streamline your production by automating repetitive, dull and dangerous tasks, drastically reducing production time and labour costs while still maintaining impeccable quality. Woodworking Robotics can build bespoke cobot automation solutions to carry out tasks such as handling and finishing, including lifting, loading and unloading, placement and screwing, sanding, polishing and more.
Integrating collaborative woodworking robots requires careful planning and consideration, such as assessing your specific production needs, selecting the right equipment, be it robots, cobots or specialist automation and end of arm tools (EOAT), as well as training your workforce on cobot operation and maintenance. Our team of specialists can help you to discover the right solution for your specific needs so please contact us to discuss the best way to automate your woodworking manufacturing processes.
We can help you choose the correct equipment and specification to suit your production needs.
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