Australis Engineering are proud Australian representatives of OnRobot, the world’s leading supplier of End of Arm Tooling (EoAT). OnRobot provide innovative end of arm tooling options for collaborative robot applications. OnRobot products open new possibilities for automating tasks that you never thought possible. Their cutting edge gripping and sensing systems for industrial automation let you easily design truly collaborative applications that enable your workforce to work side-by-side with collaborative robots on assembly, surface finishing, pick and place, machine tending or testing applications.
“The innovation that is occurring in the field of end effectors is the next frontier for collaborative robotic innovation.”
– John Santagate, Research Director for Commercial Service Robotics at IDC
Maximise your automation efforts with OnRobot’s flexible plug-and-produce tools. They offer a full range of state-of-the-art robotic arm grippers, sensors and tool changers for industrial automation. All OnRobot products work with any collaborative or light industrial robot arm, including Australis’ Techman Robot collaborative robots.
The benefits of implementing an automated solution such as an OnRobot end effector and a robot can result in significant increases in production output, reduced waste/ losses of your product and often a very short return on investment. The video below highlights these benefits in a case study for Australis’ client Designed Mouldings at Caringbah in Sydney, NSW.
The innovative grippers, force/torque sensors and tool changers are game changers within collaborative automation, opening up new automation and optimisation possibilities that have never been seen before. Each OnRobot product also come with a built-in electronic quick changer that helps make programming and installation simple and easy. By developing solutions that can be instantly deployed, customers can have production up and running in no time, allowing your investment to earn itself back from day one.See OnRobot Grippers
Flexible end effectors allow robots to complete repetitive tasks with more consistency and precision than human workers, leading to faster ROI for manufacturing, warehousing and process applications. While the robots handle the dull, dirty and dangerous tasks, the employees can take on higher-level tasks better suited for a human’s capabilities.
Collaborative robots and end effectors are designed with easy programming in mind, so even employees without technical experience can learn how to use and adapt the robot in little to no time. This flexibility grants manufacturers the freedom and flexibility to experiment with applications in preparation for potential new needs.
Having to fabricate unique tools for specific manufacturing tasks is a costly and time consuming affair. In contrast, EoAT can be easily deployed to handle different tasks and processes and seamlessly integrated into different production environments.
OnRobot’s smart solutions enable robots to handle adaptive, high-precision applications that have been too complex to automate – until now. Their innovative solutions can impact advanced collaborative applications such as:
All OnRobot grippers, force/torque sensors and tool changers are compatible with robots from TM Robot, Yaskawa, Universal Robots, KUKA, Fanuc, Kawasaki Robotics, Hanwha, Doosan and Nachi. Because OnRobot products are compatible with many robot brands, you can easily get started with maximising utilisation of your robots.
With OnRobot’s Quick Changer now built right in, it allows us to work and collaborate with more cobots and light industrial robots than ever before. It’s easier than ever for you to program on a wide variety of robots and you have multiple options – a choice between Fieldbus protocols and our new WebLogic for Digital I/O for most robot brands, or URCap for Universal Robots.
If your robot is from another brand, that doesn’t mean the grippers won’t be compatible, with OnRobot’s Digital I/O, their products will work on virtually any robot. Just contact us and we can advise on all options.Contact Us
The following videos are courtesy of OnRobot: