Robotic cutting allows for high precision and higher quality cuts, irrespective of the complexity of the cutting blueprints. Some of the technologies used for robotic cutting are laser, plasma, waterjet, and others. Robotic cutting helps workers avoid working with high temperatures cutting and they even accelerate the process.
Robotic cutting is currently used mostly in the automotive, electronics, and sheet metal industries.
Robots are contributing more and more to the industrial revolution by doing mundane and repetitive work. In this blog, we only discussed a few Robotic Applications. There are many other robotic possibilities for the metal industry such as assembly, machine-tending, and quality checks. That last one is especially pertinent in a manufacturing industry of the automotive sector. With the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), robot’s capabilities are increasing. The horizon is still expanding and there is still much more to go until we can maximize the usage of robots.