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Woodworking Robotics Handling Applications

Transforming woodworking with cobot handling applications

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Automated Handling Solutions for Woodworking

 

Woodworking Robotics offer a wide range of automated handling applications to streamline your woodworking manufacturing production, including material handling, robotic and cartesian palletising, and loading and unloading machinery.

Improve workplace safety by allowing the woodworking cobots to handle dangerous tasks. The cobot is designed to work collaboratively with humans, with the intelligence to know if it has come into contact with a person and programming to operate in a reduced mode when a human enters the cobot’s workspace, resuming at full speed with the person leaves.

Automated Conveyor Loading

Conveyor Loading and Unloading

Our automated conveyor loading and unloading system is tailored to seamlessly integrate with any existing conveyor system, optimising your workflow and maximising efficiency.

MachineTending

Machine Tending

By entrusting your machine tending tasks to our automated solutions, you free up your operators for higher-skilled tasks, driving innovation and maximising the potential of your workforce.

Generations of Experience

Generations of Experience

Leading Brands

Leading Brands

Trusted Experts

Trusted Experts

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UK Showroom

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Explore our range of automated solutions

Are you ready to take your woodworking production to the next level? Explore our range of automated solutions from woodworking robotics and discover how you can transform your woodworking business.

Woodworking Robotics FAQ

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.

Collaborative robots are designed to work alongside humans in tasks that require human-cobot cooperation to handle a wide range of tasks such as handling and finishing, including lifting, loading and unloading, placement and screwing, sanding, polishing and more.

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.

The cost can vary widely based on factors like the type and complexity of the equipment required. Get in touch with our specialist team to discuss a bespoke quotation suited to your specific needs on 0151 548 9000 or email [email protected]

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