There is no question that skilled labour is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain, and for manufacturers, this poses a huge risk to business. As a result, industrial robots are increasingly being adopted to automate jobs previously completed manually.
However, even industrial robots have their limitations. The traditional teach pendant method of programming robots requires that they are taken out of production any time a new job needs to be programmed, in some cases for an extended amount of time.
Alternatively, Offline Robot Programming (OLRP) is making the integration of industrial robots in manufacturing more cost-effective, easy to deploy, and scalable. By programming industrial robot functions in a virtual environment, manufacturers can greatly reduce robot downtime and increase productivity and profitability.
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